Cambridge, United Kingdom – Dalamser announces Seven 2.0, a formatted text editor/simple word processor with particular support for Version Control Systerm (VCS) users and technical writers writing documentation for OS X applications. Version 2.0 contains major enhancements including: support for Git in addition to Subversion, interworking with OS X Versions, and more.
If you work with Rich Text with Graphics (RTFD) in projects using Subversion or Git VCS, are a technical writer producing application documentation in RTFD, or just want the text highlighter to work like a real one, then Seven is the application to get the job done.
Version 2.0 contains major enhancements, and UI improvements, including:
* Enhanced Version Control System (VCS) Support
* Git is now seamlessly supported, joining both Subversion 1.7 and Subversion 1.6
* Multiple VCS Installation & Xcode 5 Stub Support
If there are multiple versions of Subersion or Git installed then Seven will prompt on first run for the version of each that should be used. The chosen version can be changed at any time in Preferences. Seven also seamlessly handles Xcode 5 stubs.
Integration between OS X Versions and VCS:
OS X Versions can move “backwards”, VCS revisions go “forward”. “Revert To…” a version from an earlier VCS revision and the current working copy is correctly modified to match that revision without manual VCS commands.
* Full screen editing. Editing windows can now go full screen for when distractions from the text need to be minimal
* Enhanced window management under OS X Mavericks
* Automatic support for Mavericks’ new handling of multiple screens, spaces, and window dragging in Mission Control
Seven offers all the standard features of formatted text editors, with unique features that make it stand out. Seven works with VCS to correctly handle RTFD (rich text with graphics) documents under version control; no broken version control as with other applications.
Seven offers a true highlighter pen; reapplying a highlighter darkens the colour, overlapping different highlighters mixes the colours – just as with a real highlighter pen.
Seven has features to assist in producing application support documentation, in particular in-application documentation; a dynamic word counter; even a special “Save As” feature for pre-Lion aficionados; and more…
Seven’s native file formats are RTF and RTFD. Seven can also read and write Word 97, 2003 & 2007, OpenDocument and HTML formats.
Seven is localised in English, French, German and Portuguese languages.
The product name has been “transliterated” for this Press Release as it incorporates high-Unicode characters. The name in Unicode character names & codepoints is: LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S; GREEK LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL; LATIN SMALL LETTER V; GREEK REVERSED LUNATE EPSILON SYMBOL; LATIN SMALL LETTER N (U 0053, U 03F5, U 0076, U 03F6, U 006E).
* OS X 10.7.3 or later
* 8.0 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Seven 2.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Productivity category. We welcome reviews of Seven. We provide NFR licenses on request to members of the Press. Requests for such licenses, and any other questions, may be sent to Press Support.
Dalamser is a small company providing innovative software solutions for Apple OS X and iOS. Dalamser publishes the acclaimed TimePreserver backup solution for Time Capsule owners, the very popular JAC and JAC Digital mutlizone clocks, and other titles. Copyright (C) 2013 Dalamser. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.