West Hills, California – Code Line has released Art View, the Quick Look enhancement for Creative Cloud and Creative Suite users. Art View is a major time saver that allows graphic designers to preview, inspect, and reveal dependent font and image files from within Apple’s Quick Look preview feature.

Features:
* Improves Quick Look Icons, Thumbnails and Previews
* Makes Quick Look Compatible with Graphics Documents (including .ai, .indd, .ase, .fh11)
* Works with Adobe Illustrator Docs Saved with or without PDF Compatibility
* Stand-alone Application Works Independent of Graphics Applications
* Display Fonts, Images and Swatches used in CS3 Documents
* Reveals Dependent Font Files and Linked Image Files in Finder

Art View provides users with previews of design files that normally aren’t compatible with Quick Look. It also gives quick answers to common questions like what fonts, images and colors were used, and reveals dependent files. Art View works independent of other applications so users that don’t have graphics applications installed are still able to take advantage of its features.

“Graphics files are visual by nature. By expanding the types of files that can be seen in Finder windows, dialog boxes and other applications, we really feel that Art View helps improve the workflow of designers and people that work with them,” explains Matheau Dakoske, President of Code Line.

Pricing and Availability:
Art View is available as a free, 15-day demo and is available for purchase online. A single-user license is $24.95 (USD). Art View requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later. For more information visit Code Line’s website.

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Code Line is a proven developer of software geared toward improving the workflow of Graphic Artists. Its products include Art Directors Toolkit, Art Files, Art View and Clipt for Mac, and SneakPeek for iOS. For more information, visit their website. Copyright (C) 2013 Code Line. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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