TextMaker 2006 Beta 3 reviewDownload
TextMaker is a cross-platform word processing software. If you are using Linux or FreeBSD as a desktop operating system, you need
TextMaker is a cross-platform word processing software.
If you are using Linux or FreeBSD as a desktop operating system, you need an efficient, powerful word processor. Sounds easy?
Well, try some Linux word processors, and you might find out this:
Either ... the word processor has a comprehensive feature set, but needs heaps of memory and takes forever to launch.
Or ... the software is quick and compact – but the programmers seem to have forgotten one thing: adding features...
Finally ... there are word processing packages with a look-and-feel directly from the computer stone age. Have any experience with modern word processors? Relearn everything!
How about a smarter solution? A word processor that launches lightning-fast, needs little memory, does not require complicated setup, and still has the full feature set of a modern high-end word processor? A word processor that reads and writes Microsoft Word 6/95/97/2000/XP/2003 and Word for Macintosh files without losing formatting or content? A word processor that is fast and powerful?
Look no further: TextMaker for Linux and TextMaker for FreeBSD are here!
On-the-fly spell-checking. Picture import in 14 different file formats. Tables with calculations. Positioning frames for text, pictures, and tables. Footnotes and endnotes. Character styles and paragraph styles. Integrated address book and mail-merging: TextMaker has all this and much more. TextMaker lets you create and design impressive documents with minimal effort.
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What's New in This Release:
This new beta release improves startup on some distributions (mainly SUSE).
In addition to file systems running in UTF8 and ANSI, it now fully supports KOI8-R based file systems.
Also, it features bugfixes and performance improvements.
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