Portland, Oregon - Dejal Systems, LLC today announced the immediate availability of Dejal Caboodle 1.1.4, a useful application to collect text, images, and other content.
Everyone comes across information that they want to refer to later. Maybe gifts you've received or sent, product serial numbers, recipes, directions to someone's house, a photo of your pet, or anything else. Caboodle is a tool to help store and organize such varied bits of information.
You can arrange the items in an outline-like hierarchy, and include both structured fields and free-form text and pictures in each entry, along with web links, lists, tables, PDFs, and any other kind of file as attachments.
Caboodle is elegantly simple, but includes some innovative and useful features. Every entry can include child entries. When you create a new entry within an existing one, the custom fields are inherited, allowing quickly creating content in an organized fashion. But you can also add or remove custom fields independently for each entry.
Entries can be encrypted to hide your most sensitive information. They can also be searched, and the Services menu is supported to quickly add or output an entry.
This bug-fix release fixes some issues with spell checking, creating child entries, exporting, and more.
English, German, French
* Mac OS X Version 10.3.9 or later (Leopard-ready)
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 4.5 MB disk space
Pricing and Availability:
Dejal Caboodle 1.1.4 is available as a single-user license for only $14.95 USD, and available as a full-featured demo. There are also Household and Site licenses available.
Founded by David Sinclair in 1991, Dejal Systems, LLC was originally established in New Zealand, and later moved to Portland, Oregon in 2001. With a sole focus on the Mac platform, Dejal specializes in user-friendly and flexible Cocoa-based utility software. Copyright 1991-2008 Dejal Systems, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Dejal, the Dejal logo, and Caboodle are trademarks of Dejal Systems, LLC. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
[Press release published via prMac.]