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xScope Updated to 2.2.1 for Snow Leopard

Announcing xScope 2.2.1 which includes several important compatibility updates for Apple's Snow Leopard.

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Important xScope Updates for Leopard & Lion

xScope 2.5.1 released for Snow Leopard and Lion. xScope 2.2.3 released for Leopard.

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xScope For Designers Updated

ARTIS Software and The Iconfactory announce an update to our set of tools for developers and designers - xScope.

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xScope 1.5 Now With Universal Binary Support

ARTIS Software and the Iconfactory release xScope 1.5 with new features and univeral binary support.

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Introducing xScope 3.0

ARTIS and the Iconfactory release xScope 3.0 with over 70 features and improvements for designers & developers.

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xScope Tip of the Day

ARTIS Software posts a blog entry about the benefits of using xScope to determine golden screen sections.

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What is xScope?

xScope is a collection of tools that designers and developers can use to measure and compare on-screen elements.

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