RedleX, makers of the Mellel word processor, and
Third Street Software, developers of the bibliography software Sente, have announced that their respective products now work together thanks to new updates.
Mellel is a multilingual word processor that has distinguished itself by having a small footprint and rich feature support, including support of non-Roman character sets likes Hebrew. RedleX claims the software provides tools especially for academics, scholars, creative and technical writers. Mellel costs US$39.
Sente lets researchers, students, teachers and others keep up with published academic literature by looking for new content online, reviewing and organizing the results using an interface that’s familiar to iTunes users. Sente costs $99.95.
The new versions of Mellel and Sente and v1.9.1 and v2.2.0 respectively. The updates allow Mellel users to more easily insert citations into their documents and to add a properly-formatted bibliography. The new update to Mellel also adds Tiger compatibility, Danish, Italian and Greek localizations and bug fixes.