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Typinator 3.7

by Doug McLean

The latest version of Ergonis Software's auto-typing and auto-correcting utility Typinator [1] includes several interface changes sure to speed up your workflow. Chief among these is the capability to set keyboard shortcuts for pausing and resuming Typinator's text expansion activity, a faster method to access text snippets, and overall enhanced performance speed. Also, version 3.7 includes a streamlined installation process, a new Check for Updates function, and a reorganized Preferences window. A slew of minor issues have been addressed, ensuring better compatibility with Snow Leopard, Mail, Safari, Google Chrome, SubEthaEdit, and Eudora. A full list of changes can be found on Ergonis's Web site. (€19.99 new, free update for purchases within 2 years, 3 MB)

[1]: http://www.ergonis.com/products/typinator/