In the wake of our latest release and the fast approaching holiday season Sciral would like to announce our special savings opportunities.
For a limited time only…
Get your copy of Flying Logic Professional for the price of Flying Logic Personal. In addition to this exceptional discount Sciral promises to provide each person that purchases any edition of Flying Logic during this promotion a $ 10.00 discount on the purchase of Sciral Consistency. Act fast as this promotion will only be available until January 15, 2010.
To take advantage of this incredible savings just use the code provided below when making your purchase.
Flying Logic Professional Coupon Code: FLPROSALE09
We’d like to encourage everyone to share the news of this special savings freely and hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday season.
Flying Logic 1.1 had significant new features. In this release we’ve fixed a few bugs. Download it here and as usual, check out the Version History page for the details.
Coming hot on the heels of yesterday’s release of 1.0.3, which included both enhancements and bug fixes, today’s release of 1.0.4 is a pure bugfix release. While we don’t expect to keep up this rate of releases, we felt these fixes were important enough to get into your hands right away.
As usual, check out the Version History page for what’s new.
Flying Logic 1.0.3 has been released, and includes both bug fixes (most notably compatibility with Mac OS X 10.5 “Leopard”) and also a number of new features including printing, live text search, and exporting JPEG and PNG at user-specified resolutions.
For a complete list of bug fixes and new features, check out the Version History page.
If you downloaded Flying Logic before today, you may notice that when you use the in-program “Purchase Now” features, the price you are given is incorrect (far too high!) although the prices have always been correct in the Sciral Store ($149/Pro, $79/Personal, $39/Student).
All copies of Flying Logic downloaded from today on do not have this problem.
We apologize for any confusion.
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