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Are all your CL prints being designed on Seamless Lite alone !

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daoulasdays

Hello,

I'm new to this site and have been amazed by the beautiful print designs on here, I took a look at the Seamless Lite programme and can't quite believe that all this work has been created using that alone!! Are people using the Seamless studio instead is it worth getting ? How does it compare to Design and repeat in the Fashion studio suite? Are people using Illustrator etc
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