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Panic Demonstrates Transmit 3 at Macworld Expo

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by , 8:30 PM EST, January 13th, 2005

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Panic, Inc. is showing off Transmit 3 at Macworld Expo, the forthcoming version of its popular FTP client. Transmit 3 is slated to ship by the March.

Transmit 3 offers a number of a new features, including the addition of column view to its two-pane window design (as well as the traditional list view), improvements to the file preview drawer, support for tabbed windows, and improved Favorites functionality.

Transmit 3

Panic is showing off all of its applications, including Transmit 3, and giving away free T-shirts to customers who purchase any of their titles at the show in booth #1951. Transmit 3 was selected as one of the Best of Show products by Macworld magazine.

Panic Booth

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