unmarked software releases TextSoap Deluxe 5.7.3

December 20, 2007 in Software (E)


Vancouver, Washington - November 7, 2007 - unmarked software today announced the release and immediate availability of TextSoap Deluxe 5.7.3, an update to its award winning text processing utility for Mac OS X.

TextSoap Deluxe 5.7.3 is a maintenance release that fixes several customer reported issues and adds refinements to existing features. Issues addressed include some problems recognizing serial numbers just after a purchase and the print function not working in the clipboard workspace window. The BBEdit plug-in palette has also been reworked to allow for a very narrow, compact representation, making it fit right in place with BBEdit's HTML palette.

The TextSoap Deluxe 5.7.3 update is available free of charge to all registered TextSoap 5 customers.

TextSoap Deluxe : Take control of your text
Take total control of text and its style. Whether it is Mail, AppleWorks, BBEdit, Entourage, Coda, or TextEdit, TextSoap provides integration options such as Services Menu support, Contextual Menu and Application plug-ins. With a single menu selection TextSoap Deluxe brings unique processing power to users from within their favorite application.

Pricing and Availability:
TextSoap 5.7.3 is available now directly from unmarked Software. Pricing for new customers starts at $29.95 USD for the Standard Edition, $39.95 USD for the Deluxe Edition. Upgrades from TextSoap 4 start at $19.95 USD. This is a free update for all existing TextSoap 5.x customers.

Based in Vancouver, Washington, unmarked Software is a privately-held company founded in 1998 by President and CEO, Mark Munz. As a commercial software developer since 1988, Mark's experience lead him to evangelize the Mac platform with the release of the company's flagship product, TextSoap. TextSoap has received numerous accolades from press and users around the world. Copyright 1998 - 2007 unmarked Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.