Chronos Releases SOHO Notes 6.5 — 10+ New Features

Park City, Utah – October 10, 2007 — Chronos LC today announced the
release of SOHO Notes 6.5, an update to its class-leading note manager for
Mac OS X. This new version adds 10+ new features requested by customers.
SOHO Notes 6.5 is a FREE update for registered SOHO Notes 6.x users.


* NEW! Show Duplicates Feature. Users can now easily view and delete
duplicate notes.

* NEW! Nested Smart Folders. Smart Folders can now be made children to
regular folders.

* NEW! Auto-Hide DockNote Option. DockNote can now be made to completely
disappear when not in use.

* NEW! Highlighted Search Results in PDF’s. Search results are now
highlighted in pdf notes after a database-wide search.

* NEW! View Option for DockNote and Service Menu. Users can now more finely
control which notes and folders with shortcuts appear in DockNote, the
Service menu, and contextual menus.

* NEW! Open In Tabs Command. Users can open each selected note in its own tab.

* NEW! Open URL Command. Users can open bookmark notes in their default web

* NEW! Google-like Searching. Users can search for multiple word phrases
and quoted phrases in a manner that works similarly to Google searches.


SOHO Notes 6.5 also includes 10+ other enhancements, optimizations and bug
fixes which are detailed on the Chronos web site at


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 ( SOHO
Notes has been attractively priced at $39.99 and is available directly from

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 6.5 is a FREE update for registered SOHO Notes 6.x users.

SOHO Notes 6.5 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 disk space.


Chronos has been developing award-winning Macintosh software since 1993 and
is based in Park City, Utah, home of the 2002 Winter Games.