Spell Catcher X released for Mac OS X

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Casady & Greene has released Spell Catcher X for Mac OS X after a year-long development period in which the long-time Mac utility was rewritten from the ground up as a native Mac OS X application.

The new version sports such enhancements as Service architecture, Input Method, a redesigned Check Selection window, integration of all nine Spell Catcher X languages into the standard Mac OS Spelling Panel, and more. It has US and foreign language dictionaries and instant thesaurus lookup, as well as global writing support for most Mac OS X apps. The new Check Selection window lets you view the entire document, see all errors, make corrections in any order, add to learned words and shorthand glossary, and more -- all in one window.

Registered users of Spell Catcher for Mac and Windows can upgrade to Spell Catcher X for US$19.95 through March 31. After this the upgrade price will be $29.95; for new users, Spell Catcher X costs $39.95. The product is available as an electronic download or you can wait for the the physical product, which will ship in two weeks.

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