Optima System has released a beta version of PageSpinner, bringing it to version 4.0b2. PageSpinner is an HTML editor for use with AppleWorks 6 databases. The latest beta version has performance enhancements including OS X Aqua buttons and proportional scrollbar support. According to Optima Systems:
Today Optima System released PageSpinner 4.0 Beta 2, a preview of Optimais HTML Editor for Macintosh.
PageSpinner 4.0 is now carbonized to run on Mac OS X and on Mac OS 8.6 and higher with CarbonLib installed.
Improvements in PageSpinner 4.0 Preview Beta 2:
- Aqua-buttons are now used in the menu palettes on Mac OS X
- Support for proportional scrollbars
- Mouse scroll wheel support on Mac OS X
- Added shortcuts to Mac OS X Terminal, Mozilla and OmniWeb in the updated Web Tools menu
- Updated AppleGuide for Mac OS 8.6/Mac OS 9
- Improved support for double-byte input
PageSpinner Beta 2 also provides several bug fixes and other improvements
You can find more information about the PageSpinner beta version at the Optima System Web site. PageSpinner 4.0 will be available for US$29.95.