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TidBITS#341/19-Aug-96

If your life revolves around new software, this week TidBITS takes you for a spin with information on the latest version of Netscape Navigator, Corel’s first update to the Mac version of WordPerfect, and an in-depth look at the WYSIWYG Web authoring tool Claris Home Page. Also, we bring you news about a beta test of a new daily Macintosh journal, and an essay from Adam on how your Mac could better relate to your data.

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Administrivia

Assuming everything goes as it should, this is the first TidBITS issue distributed via our new ListSTAR setup. Let's hope it works! [ACE]

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Netscape 3.0 Ships

Netscape 3.0 Ships -- In what might be the most anticlimactic product release of the summer, Netscape shipped the "final" version Netscape Navigator 3.0 today, after about five months of beta releases

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A Daily Fix

A Daily Fix -- If you think the main problem with TidBITS is that it doesn't arrive often enough, check out the free beta test of a new Internet publication, the Macintosh Daily Journal (MDJ)

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Corel Updates WordPerfect

WordPerfect users have anxiously awaited concrete signs that Corel plans to update WordPerfect actively. On 08-Aug-96, Corel announced Corel WordPerfect 3.5, an updated version of Novell WordPerfect 3.5

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The Database Returns

I've noticed a trend worth watching recently. More and more products are putting databases under their hoods. Two Web servers, Web Server 4D and NetWings, are based on ACIUS's 4th Dimension database

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Homing In on Home Page

When a pre-release version of PageMill 1.0 appeared at last summer's Macworld Expo, it was heralded as HTML software for the rest of us, software that let users work in a WYSIWYG environment and create Web pages without contending with the complexities and rigidity of HTML