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    To download the latest version of Tex-Edit Plus from the internet, click here [ON-LINE LINK]. Version 2.7 is on the Macintosh version of the Electric Emperor CD-ROM. Tom’s web site [ON-LINE LINK] also has Japanese, German, French, Danish, Italian, and Spanish versions of Tex-Edit Plus.

    Please send Tom his $15 shareware fee if you use the copy of Tex-Edit Plus from this CD-ROM. Tom was very kind to help out the hemp movement by granting permission to include his text editor on this CD-ROM and $15 is a very small price to pay for such a really useful program.

    Tex-Edit Plus is a scriptable, styled text editor that fills the gap between Apple’s bare-bones SimpleText and a full-featured word processor. It’s fast, efficient, and has a clean, uncluttered interface. It’s also great for cleaning up text which is transmitted over the Internet.

    Tex-Edit Plus features: PowerPC native (fat), extensive munging abilities, unlimited file size, Drag&Drop support, AppleScript [ON-LINE LINK] support, Word Services [ON-LINE LINK] support, Speech Manager [ON-LINE LINK] support, picture handling, sound handling, ability to create SimpleText Read-Only documents, and much more. Macintosh System 7.0 or better required. (Shareware $15)

    Trans-Tex Software is dedicated to the principle that software doesn’t have to be expensive in order to be useful (and fun)! Apparently many of you agree, therefore a note of thanks [ON-LINE LINK] to our registered users is in order.

    AppleScript AppleScript [ON-LINE LINK] is a wonderful, Mac-only technology that allows ordinary people to create automated shortcuts with minimal effort. Doug Adams now maintains the official AppleScripts for Tex-Edit Archives [ON-LINE LINK], a site filled with hints, tips, examples and step-by-step instructions for those of you interested in saving time, impressing the boss and avoiding repetitive stress injuries.

    If your time is of little or no value, please feel free to ignore AppleScript.