Park City, Utah – July 17 22, 2007 — Chronos LC today announced the
release of SOHO Notes 6.3, an update to its class-leading note
manager for Mac OS X. This new version makes it easier than ever to
store and access information. SOHO Notes 6.3 is a FREE update for
registered SOHO Notes 6.x users.
KEY NEW FEATURES
* NEW! Clipboard Recorder preferences. Users can now control the
amount of data the built-in clipboard recorder will capture. The
clipboard recorder keeps track of everything the user copies to the
system-wide clipboard so users can easily paste or store in notes
more than just the last item copied.
* NEW! Default font and shortcut for folders. Users can now specify
and default font and shortcut that newly created folders will acquire
to simplify the process of creating new folders.
* NEW! Defining forms more accessible. Users can now define new forms
directly from the menus they use to select a form for new notes.
ENHANCEMENTS, OPTIMIZATIONS, FIXES
SOHO Notes 6.3 also includes 10+ other enhancements, optimizations
and bug fixes which are detailed on the Chronos web site at
AVAILABILITY & REQUIREMENTS
Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the
software for free before they purchase. A fully functional 30 day
trial version can be downloaded from Chronos’ web site at
(http://www.chronosnet.com). SOHO Notes has been attractively priced
at $39.99 and is available directly from Chronos.
SOHO Notes is the official successor to StickyBrain. Registered SOHO
Notes 5.x and StickyBrain customers can upgrade to SOHO Notes 6.x for
only $25. SOHO Notes 6.3 is a FREE update for registered SOHO Notes
SOHO Notes 6.3 is available immediately for download as a full
installer. Pricing for volume purchases and upgrades is also
available on the Chronos web site. SOHO Notes requires Mac OS X
v10.4.9 or later and is a Universal application (runs natively on
both PowerPC and Intel-based Macintosh computers); 60MB of available
Chronos has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since
1993 and is based in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Games.