TextSOAP, the Internet text cleaning utility from unmarked software, has been updated to version 3.1. The new version adds user-requested features and fixes some bugs. TextSOAP is a shareware tool that cleans nasty characters out of text in various applications.
According to Mark Munz of unmarked software, version 3.1 adds a feature to set the font and size of text; support for dropping folders when creating new batch scripts; a feature to import/export custom cleaners; mouse wheel support under OS X; a new ROT 13 cleaner; and a "Remove Forwarded" text cleaner. Also, the utility now supports calling Services under Mac OS X 10.1.
textSOAP 3.1 can be downloaded at the product Web site. The cost is US$19.95 or $9.95 to upgrade from previous versions.
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