February 4, 2007 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEATTLE, Washington (February 1, 2007) The PandaWare Company is pleased to announce a major upgrade to its cross-platform help authoring application, Simple Help Editor. Now at version 2.0, Simple Help Editor offers software application developers features for creating HTML-based help that can be viewed in a Web browser or in Apple's Help Viewer. As with version 1.0, it can also create built-in help windows for applications made with Real Software's REALbasic.
This new version boasts a number of features to make help authors more productive, and to help maintain consistency throughout a help system:
- A Glossary feature lets you quickly enter stored text fragments, with our without styling -- glossary sets can be saved and changed effortlessly
- A Quick Styles feature lets users apply text styles consistently throughout the help content, and change style sets with the click of a mouse
- When creating content for display in HTML viewers, Simple Help Editor can embed images
- In addition to links between pages (a version 1.0 feature), version 2.0 allows links to Internet URLs such as Web sites and e-mail addresses
Simple Help Editor is available in versions that run in Mac OS X 10.2 or higher, and Windows 2000 or higher. The Macintosh version is a Universal Binary application.
More information on PandaWare Simple Help Editor 2.0 is available on The PandaWare Company Web site. A 30-day trial version is available for free download.
Throughout the month of February 2007, Simple Help Editor 2.0 is being offered at a special introductory price of only $30.00 per license. A license covers one user on either a Macintosh or Windows PC. Simple Help Editor licenses may be purchased at The PandaWare Company Web site.
ABOUT THE PANDAWARE COMPANY
The PandaWare Company has been producing Macintosh software since 1991. The company is best known for its TimeCache time and expense tracking software for individuals and companies who bill clients for project work. The company also sells DiskWrangler, a keyboard-centric file launching and browsing application for Mac OS X.