Stone Table Software
has released public betas of two freeware products designed to work on Mac OS X: RTF-to-Styled Text and Cobweb.
RTF-To-Styled Text is an open source application that converts Rich Text Format documents into standard Macintosh Styled Text format. The format is supported by many text editors and word processors, including Stone Table’s own Z-Write, a “non-linear” word processor that allows users to store unlimited documents in a single file.
Cobweb is a simple HTML editor designed to work as a companion to Z-Write. It’s not WYSIWYG, but it does feature support for syntax coloring, context-sensitive tag insertion, and more.
Users interested in the public betas can download them from the
STS Web site. A Mac OS X beta version of Z-Write is also available.