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Series: Hitting the Canvas

Matt Neuburg closely examines the warp and woof of this flexible yet often odd graphics program.

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The Microsoftization of Deneba: Canvas 5.0.1

Although I'm no artist, I do need to make diagrams and pictures occasionally, and the early surprise and pleasure of MacPaint and MacDraw helped define the Macintosh for me

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Picture Yourself: Canvas 6

In 1995, Deneba's Canvas 3.5 was one of my favorite programs. Like SuperPaint, which still worked but was showing its age, Canvas was a draw/paint program with a straightforward interface

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Canvas 7 – Not Quite Heaven

For the past six years, my relationship with Deneba and its combination draw/paint program Canvas has been something of a roller-coaster ride. With Canvas 3.5, I was contented: it was an excellent replacement for my old favorite SuperPaint, which was starting to show its age; and, Canvas's splendid import/export capabilities made it useful in many difficult situations