Optima System has released an update for PageSpinner, bringing it to version 3.1.1. PageSpinner is an HTML editor for use with AppleWorks 6 databases. The new version has several performance enhancements as well as bug fixes. According to Optima Systems:
Today Optima System released PageSpinner 3.1.1, an update to the HTML Editor for Macintosh.
PageSpinner can now create QuickTime tags compatible with Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6.0 when inserting embedded QuickTime Movies. And the included Database Publishing Kit has been updated with support for generating Web pages with data from AppleWorks 6 databases.
The update also offers a new floating Preferences palette that makes it easier to access the preferences.
The Preferences menu now also supports direct access to the Edit Tag Appearance plugin from Cyrk. Edit Tag Appearance is a plugin extension for PageSpinner that lets users change the default color, font, size or style of tags and text in PageSpinner.
The plugin Peteris CDML Tags for PageSpinner has been updated with palette support in the Windows menu. CDML Tags for PageSpinner is a user-submitted collection of PageSpinner menu extensions for working with FileMakeris CDML tags in HTML documents.
The new release also provides improved linking to MS Office files (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), bug fixes and other improvements.
You can find more information about the PageSpinner update at the Optima System Web site. PageSpinner 3.1.1 is available for US$29.95.