TERRY MORSE GOCLICK 3.0 SOLVES THE WEB BROWSER INCOMPATIBILITY PROBLEM -
WITH ONE CLICK.
Los Altos, CA - August 2, 1999
Responding to the demand for one web page to look the same on every browser
and computer platform, Terry Morse Software today announces the release of
Terry Morse GoClick 3.0. Over a year in development, this new product meets
the increasing need for a simple, versatile web making tool that conforms
to the most current HTML standards - while still maintaining a consistent
appearance across browsers and platforms.
"Terry Morse Myrmidon introduced one-click web publishing to the world,"
said Terry Morse, CEO. "Now with GoClick, we've put that one-click
simplicity in a professional tool that even the most overworked webmaster
Prior to GoClick, making a Web page that looked similar across browsers and
platforms was a laborious trial-and-error process. But thanks to GoClick's
exclusive Wizzy-Web technology, one click of the print button converts any
document into a web page that looks virtually identical to the original -
regardless of the browser or computer platform.
"I tried your previous beta and I was quite impressed," wrote Mike Potter
of the Calgary Board of Education. "Some people in my dept. had been
working for almost a month converting office documents to HTML. I installed
your beta and converted a sample of their documents in about two minutes,
when it had taken them all morning to do the conversion their way (and
their result wasn't as accurate as the original either)."
Additional GoClick 3.0 features include:
-Support for Adobe GoLive's point-and-click of GRID format and floating boxes.
-Optional Web pages that look like Adobe Acrobat files but don't
require a plug-in or reader application.
-Preservation of of overlapping text and graphics.
-Optimized Cascading Style Sheets for compact web pages that are easy to edit.
-Custom page sizes.
-Custom format control down to the HTML tag level.
GoClick runs on any Macintosh computer running System 7.5 or later. It is
compatible with any application that has a print command. A free 30-day
demo is available for downloading from the company web site
GoClick is only available from the company web site. The price is $159,
with an educational price of $79. Registered Terry Morse Myrmidon users may
upgrade to GoClick for $49. For a limited time, Adobe GoLive users may
purchase GoClick at the special price of $79.
Terry Morse Software makes Web publishing available to everyone with
software that converts any document into a Web page with one click. The
company was founded by industry veteran Terry Morse (DiskDoubler,
AutoDoubler, CopyDoubler, UnderWare, KidsWorld, ClickBook) in 1996 to
transform the time-consuming and difficult task of Web publishing into a
one-click operation. Terry Morse Myrmidon--the company's first product--is
used by tens of thousands of school, university, government, business, and
personal web sites around the world. The company is a privately held
Terry Morse, President
Terry Morse Software, Inc.