“Quark has formally unveiled QuarkXPress 10, the next edition of its design and layout software. The release incorporates a number of major improvements, such as a long-awaited switch to a Cocoa code base,” MacNN reports. “The change should help boost performance, and make it easier for Quark to support future versions of OS X.”
“Paired with the architecture overhaul is a new graphics engine, dubbed Xenon,” MacNN reports. “The technology is said to improve rendering of pixel- and vector-based images as well as PDFs, and increase speed through features like support for multiple cores and processors, SSE3, and advanced vector extensions.”
MacNN reports, “The user interface has been revised as well. It now supports Retina displays for instance, and can operate as a fullscreen app.”
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