FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WAVES IN MOTION RELEASES ANALYZER 1.1 FOR FILEMAKER
New version includes improved documentation tools and cross-platform
Waves in Motion
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TORONTO, Canada. August 13, 1998. After only three months since its
release, the Analyzer is already proving its value to a growing number of
FileMaker enthusiasts — serious developers who need a tool that clearly
and automatically documents every element of complex FileMaker projects.
And after three months of customer feedback, Waves in Motion has released
In addition to the FileMaker elements documented by version 1.0 — fields,
layouts, relationships, value lists, scripts — Analyzer 1.1 now lets you
add passwords and buttons to the reports it generates. All this information
is thoroughly cross-referenced in its own FileMaker database and can now be
exported to Windows-based computers as a self-contained file.
Analyzer 1.1 also includes the ability to easily copy information from its
database into your own reports, and improves your ability to search through
a project and determine, for instance, if a particular field is actually
being used by a script.
Even with this extra functionality and more sophisticated control over the
information you can extract from your projects, Analyzer 1.1 is noticably
faster, thanks mostly to a custom-made plug-in that dramatically speeds up
the extraction of script information.
You can purchase the Analyzer for $159.00 US online from the Waves In
For all their products, Waves In Motion offers a demo version you can try
before you make your purchase. The demo version of the Analyzer allows you
to try out all the features of the Analyzer, but does not allow you to save
Waves in Motion is the developer of a growing collection of FileMaker
solutions and plug-ins, including Script Scheduler, DocuScript, and The
Dragon Web Surveys. They are active members of the FileMaker Solution
Alliance and the Apple Developer Program, and have been consulting and
developing FileMaker solutions since 1990.