First Computer Systems Odessa rolled out ConceptDraw, an app that lets users create flowcharts, business diagrams, research layouts, organization schemes, plans and more. Then they introduced ConceptDraw Server 1.0, an application that automatically converts ConceptDraw documents into HTML pages. Now they’ve announced the release of ConceptDraw Viewer 1.0, a cross-platform application intended for viewing and printing ConceptDraw documents, as well as files of several other graphic formats.
The Mac OS version, which is Carbonized and works under Mac OS X, is free and available from the
ConceptDraw Web site. As for ConceptDraw itself, the program now exists in the Windows and “traditional” Mac OS versions. The Mac OS X version is scheduled for release on April 12.
ConceptDraw Viewer features tools for scrolling and zooming documents, and Internet integration. To use it, you’ll need a Power Mac; Mac OS version 8.5 or later (with Carnbon Lib); 32MB RAM (64MB recommended); and a color monitor (thousands of colors recommended).