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NEW VERSION of Py-Acqua Aquarium Tank Sofwa Py-Acqua Beta Version 0,9



 
 
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Old April 24th 06, 12:05 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
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Default NEW VERSION of Py-Acqua Aquarium Tank Sofwa Py-Acqua Beta Version 0,9

Py-Acqua TEAM is proud to announce that beta version 0,9 of our GNU-GPL
Aquarium Tank software is now on line

This release is full of new instruments that makes Py-Acqua more competitive
regarding traditional software. Among the numerous new functionalities, we
would like to point out the possibility of plug-ins insertion, the
creation of multilingual supports and the management of graphical skins of
the program

For more information, ScreenShots and Software Download

http://pyacqua.altervista.org/index....d=1&lang=EN_en

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Py-Acqua Team - First GNU GPL aquarium software
http://pyacqua.altervista.org
 




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