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CSS3 ButtonBuilder lets you visually design spohisticated, cross-browser CSS3 imageless buttons.

By simply adjusting the sliders for each property, you have full control over the design, and once you are happy with the result you can output cross-browser CSS3 code ready to use in you CSS3 stylesheet.

CSS3 ButtonBuilder also lets you save all your designs for re-use.

What's New

Version 1.1:
  • Added menu commands and keyboard shortcuts for: Save Button, Load Button, App Preferences, Reset, Generate HTML/CSS.

Requirements

  • OSX 10.7 or later

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I can't find a demo anywhere. Surely the developer isn't asking for $5 without offering a demo? That would make the developer a money-grubbing moron.

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B. Jefferson Le Blanc
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I think it's possible to complain about the lack of a demo version without resorting to name calling. Unfortunately for those of use accustomed to the trialware tradition, the Mac App Store makes it all too simple for developers to do things the easy way. They don't need to worry about supporting redundant versions from multiple sources or programming use limitations and nags. They don't need to set up a commercial or shopping cart enabled web site or pay to support one. Sure, they may miss some business in the beginning before their program has established a reputation, but for many it's still a cost effective proposition when you consider the time, effort and expense of doing it the old fashioned way. This is particularly true for new developers who have never sold their software any other way than through the MAS. One doesn't have to be a "money grubbing moron" to find the MAS business model appealing. Sure, Apple takes 30%, but it would certainly cost new developers far more than that to set up and support their own business web site. Were it otherwise, the MAS would not be the runaway success it has become.

If we don't like this trend, we can kick against the pricks, as it were - to borrow a biblical expression, we can risk spending a few bucks on an untried product, or we can wait till some reviews come in from people who were willing to do so. And we can complain in the meantime. But we don't have to be rude. Being nasty never moves anyone to be nice.

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Downloads 200
Version Downloads 200
License Commercial
Date 27 May 2013
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $4.99