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I just browsed through the menus and looked at a few effects--I was
The thing that impressed me the most was the way the menus are organized and
laid out. For example, if you open the effects menu, a side area opens up
with examples of each option, similar to programs that show you what a type
font looks like in addition to its name.
Whoever worked on developing the interface (and documentation?) did a super
job. I might be going out on a limb, as I haven't delved into the program,
but I'd say it's the type of product that would be produced if a
writer/documentation specialist had the opportunity to work closely with the
development team, per some recent list discussions.
I'll be interested in others' opinions.
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