Zevrix Solutions releases Graphic Inspector for macOS Monterey

Zevrix Solutions announces Graphic Inspector 2.5.8, an update to the company's quality control solution for images and vector graphics files on macOS. Graphic Inspector solves the problem of checking entire folders of documents for potential problems. It can flag images and Illustrator files with specific attributes such as resolution, color, spot channels, fonts and more. The popular graphics utility was designed specifically to help users of any trade, whether it's print, web design, prepress, or digital photography.

Graphic Inspector remains the only tool on the Mac market that preflights both raster images and vector files for potential issues. Version 2.5.8 adds compatibility with macOS 12 and offers several fixes and improvements; The folder tree list in the sidebar is now sorted alphabetically. An issue in which PSD color mode as well as duotone colors were reported incorrectly on macOS Catalina and later has been fixed. Additionally, a crash that could happen when parsing certain PSD files has been fixed, as well as fixed a stall that could happen when scanning Duotone PSD files. Pre-Yosemite systems are no longer supported. Graphic Inspector 2.5.8 is $19.95 (USD) and can be downloaded from their Website.

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