Announcing Cinemar's Newest Designer Library!

The "Gallery" provides a completely new look to MainLobby's core media suite.

Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States, 06/29/2009 - Margaret Holden, a graphical interface designer releases "Gallery" in conjunction with MusicLobby 3.75. This basic black modern design presents Cinemar's DVD, Music, Photo and Weather software solutions in a new and creative format unlike any currently available in the home automation industry.


Gallery's artistic interface creates an elegant style that will complement many interiors.

This new GuiGraphix library contains over 100 graphical elements in variations of grey and black. Predesigned scenes in 1024x768, 800x480, 1366x768 provide a complete ready -to -go media package. Touch the appropriate frame and launch your music, movie or photo collection as well as check current weather. Gallery is an absolute must have in any ratio. All options are consistent in every design.

"Gallery" is Now Available for an introductory price of $69.99

Gallery is another exclusive design by Margaret Holden Designs

For photos and more details visit: http://www.cinemarsolutions.com/guigraphix.designerlibrary0028.php

About Cinemar, Inc.
Cinemar, Inc. offers home automation and media management solutions to the budget conscious. Cinemar's affordable and easy -to -use Windows based products control multiple systems from a single customizable interface. Visit www.cinemaronline.com for more information.

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