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Affinity Publisher is an InDesign killer

Serif, the developers of Affinity Photo and Designer, last week released their much-anticipated publishing app, Affinity Publisher. The new layout design app comes with a good deal of unique and very clever features, including “StudioLink”, an integration system – that re-defines the adjective “seamless” – between Publisher and their Designer and Photo apps.

Review: Typinator 8, the text expander which has the user in mind

My favourite text expander Typinator has reached version 8 and except for its Regex capabilities, its assistant for creating forms to enter variable data in an expansion, its calculation features and its ability to set your cursor where you need it after an expansion, Typinator 8 now also offers usage statistics, literal support for inclusion of the Mac’s modifier keys in abbreviations, and time zone support.

Ergonis Software updates make Typinator, Popchar and KeyCue ready for Mojave and more

Ergonis Software released Typinator 7.7, PopChar X 8.4, and KeyCue 9.1 to make all their productivity utilities comply with macOS Mojave requirements and add support for Dark Mode. Mojave’s Dark Mode is a dramatic new look that helps you focus on your work. Dark Mode, however, requires explicit support by third-party apps to yield the desired homogeneous user experience. Ergonis Software released new versions of Typinator, PopChar X, and KeyCue to be compatible with Mojave and support Dark Mode. “Since day one, Ergonis Software has been committed to provide high-quality macOS products that ‘just work’. To achieve this goal, we put a lot of effort into our products behind the scenes to make them do their job flawlessly, fast, and unobtrusively. That’s why we are releasing updated versions of our products right in time.” said Christoph Reichenberger, founder and CEO of Ergonis Software. “Having said that, I am also glad to mention that the newest versions of our products still run on older OS versions back to OS X 10.7 (Lion).” As Mojave contains some …

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Ulysses 13: the lucky number?

It’s been a while since the developers of Ulysses, one of the best text/markdown editors for the Mac, decided to migrate their owner-based licence to a subscription model. Since then, Ulysses has seen regular updates, but no upgrades. Ulysses 13 is the first upgrade, meaning its version number before the decimal point increases by one. The question is whether it’s an update or an upgrade.