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Briefly: Crossword Forge 7, FCPX live panel discussion

updated 01:50 pm EDT, Thu August 18, 2011

Key Code Media FCPX live panel

Sol Robots has launched a new version of Crossword Forge, its tool for creating crossword puzzles, while Key Code Media is set to host a live panel discussing the future of FCPX tonight


Sol Robots has released Crossword Forge 7, the latest version of its popular crossword puzzle creation tool. The new release offers new user controlled software settings that allow for better and more complete solutions to cryptic crosswords, as well as a new engine is said to be up to 25 faster than previous versions. In addition, v7 offers Quick Look support and a refined Word Ideas window that can help users find new words that can be added to a current puzzle. Crossword Forge 7 can be purchased online from the company's website for $50, and is expected to be released in the Mac App Store in the coming days.

Key Code Media set to host live FCPX discussion panel

A live panel of professional Hollywood Final Cut Pro experts discussing their thoughts on Final Cut Pro X will be held tonight in Burbank, California. Key Code Media will be streaming the event live through their website, as well as allowing audience members to participate directly via Twitter. The panel, which is set to begin at 7pm PDT, will consist of Michael Cioni, Michael Gossen, Norman Hollyn, Larry Jordon, and Jeremy Weinstein. Registration for the live stream is currently open and requires users to fill out a brief questioner.




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