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Text Cleaner for Mac

Auto-cleans text documents.

$79.00
In English
0.5
Based on 1 user rate

Text Cleaner overview

Text Cleaner is the tool used by graphic designers, editors, and Web designers to significantly reduce text cleanup time. Text Cleaner implements a context sensitive engine to set or remove industry standard typography such as em and en dashes, smart quotes, ligatures and ellipses, while removing unwanted spaces, tabs, returns, and more, making search-and-replace preparation unnecessary. Works with clipboard, text files or directly with InDesign, InCopy and QuarkXPress.

What’s new in version 3.7

Version 3.7:

Note: Upgrades from version 3 (or earlier) are $39. To qualify, send your request with your name and registration number(s) using the contact form.

Feature Changes
  • Support for Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign CC, inCopy CC, InDesign CC 2014, InCopy CC 2014)
  • Support for future InDesign and InCopy upgrades
  • Support for QuarkXPress 10
Bug Fixes
  • Help/user guide button on interface referenced Text Cleaner 3.5 install.
System Requirement Changes
  • OS X 10.8 is now required.
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Text Cleaner for Mac

$79.00
In English
Version 3.7
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0.5

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Trashie
Trashie
Jan 10 2012
3.5
0.5
Jan 10 2012
0.5
Version: 3.5
Is this a joke? Your just messing right asking for $89 for this? Go to TextSoap people this is silly money for this. Bet your not on Apples App store...or maybe you are when they calculate their cut. ;)
Guest
Guest
Apr 21 2005
3.0
0.0
Apr 21 2005
0.0
Version: 3.0
Sorry, but most of this is built into the Cocoa frameworks already, and what isn't can be implemented very easily with 'search and replace' functions in the frameworks. For example, capitalising text (one of the features touted) is a single method call: -[NSString capitalizedString] And you can do upper and lower case in the same way. One line of code. So I don't see any reason to pay $90 to clean up text when OS X will already do that for me without further outlays.
Trashie
Trashie
Jan 10 2012
0.5
Jan 10 2012
0.5
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