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Ergonis Software(r) today released Typinator(tm) 1.3 for Mac OS X. Typinator, a typing automator, enables users to rapidly insert text or graphics into any type of application. The new version 1.3 comes as a Universal Binary application that runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. Besides that, it offers a number of new features, improvements and fixes. Like PopChar(tm), Ergonis Software's widely used tool for inserting special characters into text, Typinator's intuitive interface and ease-of-use result in immediate productivity gains, even for non-technical users.

Ergonis Software(r) today released Typinator(tm) 1.3 for Mac OS X. Typinator, a typing automator, enables users to rapidly insert text or graphics into any type of application. Like PopChar(tm), Ergonis Software's widely used tool for inserting special characters into text, Typinator's intuitive interface and ease-of-use result in immediate productivity gains, even for non-technical users.

The new version 1.3 comes as a Universal Binary application that runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. Besides that, it offers a number of new features, improvements and fixes.

To download the new version, visit the Typinator product page at: http://www.ergonis.com/products/typinator/

Typinator speeds repetitive typing tasks and eliminates manually introduced errors. To set up an often-used text or image in Typinator, you simply define an abbreviation along with its replacement text or image. When you enter the abbreviation in any application, Typinator automatically expands it.

For business users, Typinator provides a layer of operational consistency and productivity across heterogeneous applications. A standard customer service response, a signature image on an email, a clause in a contract – each of these can be inserted into an application with just a couple of keystrokes. For technical users, Typinator automates typing of code and the implementation of documentation standards.

Two additional Typinator features greatly increase its practical value. You can define replacement text that contains an automatic insertion of the current date and time in any format you specify. Creating an order acknowledgement or shipping confirmations with this feature is a snap. You can also define abbreviations that are case sensitive, so that the replacement text will appear correctly at either the beginning or elsewhere in a sentence.

Availability and Pricing:

Typinator 1.3 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or newer.

Ergonis Software distributes its Mac products under the Macility® brand name.

Typinator can be purchased securely on the Ergonis Software website for $19.99 (USD). The upgrade to Typinator 1.3 is free for anyone who has purchased Typinator in the last 2 years.

Instead of purchasing Typinator by itself, customers can get the Macility Productivity Bundle that also contains two of the company's other productivity tools PopChar X and KeyCue. The Productivity Bundle can be purchased for only $44.99 (USD). This represents more than a 30% savings over the separate purchase of its components.

For information about purchases, including enterprise licenses, volume discounts, and upgrade pricing offers, visit the website at http://www.ergonis.com/typinator. Any Typinator purchase entitles the owner to free updates and upgrades for 2 years from the date of purchase.

About Ergonis Software:

Ergonis Software develops ergonomic and intuitive software that boosts the productivity of Mac and PC users. Ergonis Software, a privately held company founded in 2002, is headquartered in Hagenberg, Austria.

Contact Information:

Christoph Reichenberger

Note to Editors: An Online press kit, including screenshots, is available on the Ergonis Software web site at http://www.ergonis.com/press/.

Ergonis, Macility, PopChar, KeyCue, and Typinator are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Ergonis Software, GmbH. Mac is a registered trademark of Apple Computers, Inc.

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