'Accessibility-ready' MacJournal 3.2 ships

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Minneapolis, Minn.-based Mariner Software Inc. on Thursday announced the release of MacJournal v3.2, a new version of their personal journaling software for Mac OS X. The new version uses the accessibility API Apple has exposed in Mac OS X v10.4 “Tiger” to improve support for users with disabilities. A free update for MacJournal 3.x users, MacJournal costs US$24.95.

MacJournal provides an easy way for users to manage ideas and daily events. Features include two levels of security, one-click blogging and the ability to manage nested, multiple journals.

Other changes in this release include a compatibility for Mac OS X v10.2 “Jaguar,” greater security for blogs,. enhancements to VoiceOver integration, calendaring menu enhancements, smart quotes left intact when set to Blogger and more.

This story, "'Accessibility-ready' MacJournal 3.2 ships" was originally published by PCWorld.

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