Ergonis Software (http://www.ergonis.com) has released Typinator 4.1, the latest version of its tool for auto-typing text and auto-correcting typos system-wide across all Mac OS X applications. The new version allows to define set-specific presets for abbreviation options and speeds up the newly introduced QuickSearch function as well as the import of text files.
Typinator 4.1 also improves the installation and upgrade experience by allowing to skip one particular version in the automatic update check and by displaying a more prominent warning when a new version is not covered by the current license. What’s more, the new release solves a problem with composing Gmail messages in Firefox and improves compatibility with certain third party apps like Mail, aMSN, Kindle for Mac, and others.
Typinator 4.1 requires Mac OS X 10.4 or newer, and Mac OS X 10.6 (“Snow Leopard”) is recommended.
Typinator can be purchased on the Ergonis Software web site for $19.99 for a single user license. A family pack for installation on up to five computers is $29.99. The upgrade to Typinator 4.1 is free for anyone who purchased Typinator in the last two years.