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CricketDraw was a second generation vector graphics creation software program for the Apple Macintosh by Cricket Software.[1][2] It followed MacDraw and was a contemporary of MacDraft and to some extent, Silicon Beach Software's SuperPaint. One notable feature of CricketDraw was its ability to display the raw PostScript code and the QuickDraw-interpreted elements simultaneously in two windows, the same way Adobe Systems's Dreamweaver does with HTML code now. Because it was PostScript-savvy, this package offered fine control over graduated fills that were not supported by MacDraw's QuickDraw-based rendering engine.


  1. ^ Carnahan, Brice; Wilkes, James O. (1988). FORTRAN 77 with MTS and the IBM PS/2. UM Libraries.
  2. ^ Industrial Photography. United Business Publications, Incorporated. 1987.

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