October 25, 2011 in OS X Development (E)
[prMac.com] Seattle, Washington: Software developers and Help authors can take advantage of significant enhancements in Simple Help Editor 5.0, a major upgrade to The PandaWare Company's cross-platform Help authoring application.
Simple Help Editor 5.0 is available in Macintosh and Windows versions, and allows producing Help systems for display in Apple's Help Viewer, Microsoft's HTML Help viewer, and Web browsers or HTML viewers built into applications. The application offers many features to make it easy to reuse content for different platforms, as well as for different versions of applications or even for different applications.
Enhancements in this version include:
* Support for localizing content in multiple languages
* Builds Help Bundles for use in Mac OS X 10.6 and higher
* Adds more options for formatting and designing content display
* Many improvements to importing work from other Simple Help Editor projects
* Better stability
* Better performance
* Many interface improvements
Simple Help Editor is available in Intel and PPC versions that run in Mac OS X 10.4 and higher, and Windows XP and higher. More information on Simple Help Editor 5.0 is available on the PandaWare Company Web site.
Free Trial - $50 Single-Platform License - $85 Cross-Platform License
Simple Help Editor 5.0 is available as a free download, and operates in demo mode until licensed. The demo version operates for 30 days and allows saving up to 15 pages in a Help book. Single-user licenses that allow unlimited use are only $50.00 USD for either the Macintosh or Windows version. A cross-platform license that works with both Macintosh and Windows versions is only $85.00 USD.
The PandaWare Company has been producing software since 1991. The company is best known for its TimeCache time and expense billing software. The company also sells DiskWrangler, a keyboard-centric file launching and browsing application for Mac OS X, and Simple Help Editor, a cross-platform help authoring application. Copyright (C) 1991-2011 PandaWare Company. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.