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MarkMyWords for Mac OS X gets new plug-in system


Xelaton Software has released MarkMyWords 1.1.0, an update to the text-editor specially aimed at web authors. Improvements in version 1.1.0 gives writers more control over their articles.

MarkMyWords offers ways to format and structure articles for the web while retaining platform-independence by using plain text documents. Version 1.1.0 sports a new plug-in system to enhance the feature set. By using one of the script-languages — Perl, PHP, Python or Ruby — plug-ins can be created. The MarkMyWords-Plugin web site offers a collection of plug-ins to download and developer documentation on how to write your own.

Also new in version 1.1.0 are refinements and enhancements to existing features. For example, creating Markers, setting Markers and removing Markers are all now possible in just one shortcut. One-Click-Styles have been improved by adding block-markup for lists and Markdown quotes.

Another new feature is the use of preselected save-folders. With a single click a folder can be specified to serve as the Save destination. In addition, the update includes some bug fixes.

MarkMyWords requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later. It can be purchased from the Xelaton Software web site ( or from the Mac App Store for US$24.99. Existing users of MarkMyWords can update to version 1.1.0 for free. A 30-day demo version can be dwonloaded from the Xelaton Software web site.

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