A handy tool to help weblog and website editing by making HTML markup easier. BlogAssist can be accessed via a system menu, the Services menu, or a floating window. This release includes some much-requested tweaks, a slight price increase, and changed system requirements.
PORTLAND, Oregon - Dejal Systems, LLC today announced the immediate availability of Dejal BlogAssist 2.2.2, a handy tool to help weblog and website editing by making HTML markup easier.
There are three easy ways to use it: you can use whichever one you prefer, or all three as desired.
BlogAssist comes with several useful operations, including web and e-mail links, bold/italics/strikethrough/etc, LiveJournal tags, and more. But you aren't limited to those - you can add, change, or remove them via the Operations Preferences.
This release includes a change to the Enter key behavior in the Services window, avoids adding itself to the Login Items on launch, and other tweaks. It also has a slight price increase, and now requires Tiger as a minimum OS version.
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* Mac OS X version 10.4 or later (Leopard-ready)
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 2 MB disk space
Pricing & Availability:
Dejal BlogAssist 2.2.2 is available from $14.95 USD, and available as a full-featured demo. This is a slight price increase, though you can still get it at the old price via the Dejal Store. This is a free update for licensed BlogAssist users.
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 2009 Dejal Systems, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Dejal, the Dejal logo, and BlogAssist are trademarks of Dejal Systems, LLC. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Dejal Systems, LLC
[Press release published via prMac.]