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All Mariner Products Now Universal Binary

All Mariner Products Now Universal Binary

by , 7:55 AM EDT, June 28th, 2006

Mariner Software announced updates to its entire product line on Wednesday. Now all of the company's applications run natively on Intel-based Macs.

Mariner Write 3.7.2 received some performance improvements, addresses compatibility issues with Mac OS X 10.4, and includes several bug fixes. It costs $49.95 as a download, or $59.95 on CD.

Mariner Calc 5.5.1 also received performance improvements and Tiger compatibility fixes. It also improves Excel import speeds, improves Japanese language support, and fixes an error when saving at shutdown. It is priced at $49.95 as a download, or $59.95 on CD.

MacJournal 4.0.4 adds German localization and fixes several bugs, including a crash when launching the application in Mac OS X 10.2. It costs $34.95 as a download, or $39.95 on CD.

Desktop Poet 1.0.1 improves overall performance, fixes a corruption problem in word lists, addresses compatibility issues in Tiger along with other bugs. It is available for $14.95 as a download, or $19.95 on CD.

Montage Public Beta 8 adds an alphabetized Template menu, fixes Spotlight support, addresses a crash when importing RTF documents, fixes several bugs, and more. Montage will be priced at $99.95.

All of the updates are available at the Mariner Software Web site, and are free to customers using the same major version number.

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