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Drafix launches new version of PRO Landscape

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The update adds 1,000 new images and 3D enhancements.

| February 19, 2013

Kansas City, Mo. – Drafix Software, a provider of professional landscape design software has announced a new release of its PRO Landscape design software.

PRO Landscape Version 19 adds 1,000 new images making the total now more than 11,000 of the highest quality images available in any landscape design software. Version 19 also includes 3D enhancements allowing the user to automatically generate a 3D house shell giving a more realistic rendering. Other features include improved object reordering, new paver tools, new irrigation tools, new fill symbol tools, improved font tools, and much, much more.

Version 19 offers new and enhanced tools for photo imaging, CAD, 3D rendering, and estimating. “The new Version 19 has something for everyone no matter what type of design they are doing,” said Pete Lord, president of Drafix Software. “New users will find that PRO Landscape contains everything they need to improve their design process, increase their professionalism, and most importantly, sell more jobs. Designers already using PRO Landscape will find that the new Version 19 includes valuable additions created to make their current software even better.”
 

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