Softchaos Ltd has released Webstractor, a Mac OS X (10.2.8 or later) browser that captures, edits and compiles Web pages from multiple sources straight into a document. It’s designed to “encapsulate” your Internet research projects into their own editable, printable documents. Webstractor captures the Web pages you visit and preserves their format, then allows word processor-like. No HTML or Web site development experience is necessary, according to Softchaos. A trial copy is available for download; registration is USS$79 for the downloadable version and $99 for the CD version.
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September 10, 2010