TextSoap 9.0 - New Interface, New Features, and M1 Support

Napavine, Washington - Unmarked Software, developer of the award winning TextSoap productivity text application, proudly announces the release and immediate availability of TextSoap 9.0, a major upgrade for its text tool that helps tackle tedious text processing. The latest version adds support for M1 Processors, a redesigned modern look, enhancements to the user experience for editing text, as well as editing cleaners (workflows). TextSoap can effortlessly process text documents, web text emails and more. Users can automate their repetitive efforts of manually massaging the text. Build a cleaner and transform text with a single click.

A fresh interface combines cleaner editor, group editor and import/export into a single window experience. The cleaner (workflow) editor provides an easy to follow visualization for text actions. Category colors enhance the visualization let you see what your cleaner is doing at a glance. Users can leverage the pre-built cleaners (workflows) or add any number of text actions to build custom solutions.

Additionally, TextSoap 9 adds support for lists (tables), a powerful feature that uses table data (row/column) to simplify multiple search replace using one Find & Replace action. This feature prevents the need to create dozens up dozens of individual find replace actions. Define a list (table), then process each row with a single find replace action. Conditional actions can help change the style attributes based on the underlying text, or change the underlying text based on the text's style. The "For Each Line" action simplifies working on individual lines in a large text document.

"The visual cues in the new editor are designed to make it easier to follow complex action workflows without getting lost," says Mark Munz, founder of Unmarked Software and lead developer. "Everyone loves power features, but we have to avoid overwhelming less passionate users."

TextSoap lets you easily transform text using its pre-build solutions, or custom created workflows. With all that text flowing about on the internet, TextSoap can greatly help users begin taming the text that reaches them.

New TextSoap 9.0 features:
* M1 Processor support
* Dark mode support
* New interface for editing user-created cleaners
* New "Define List" (table) action
* New "Process List" action
* New "For Each Line" action
* New "Perform Service" action
* New "Repeat" action
* New "Sort Lines" action with options
* Improved text editor interactive regex find and replace

TextSoap features:
* Apply any of 100 built-in cleaners with one click
* Create and edit user-defined cleaners
* Organize cleaners with user-defined groups
* Powerful interactive find/replace with regular expression
* Live results matches provided text as you build your regular expressions
* Regex syntax coloring help catch common errors
* Improved sharing with import/export of cleaners and libraries

Supported Languages:
* US English

System Requirements:
* macOS 10.13 High Sierra or later
* Optimized for macOS 11 Big Sur and beyond
* An Intel or Apple Silicon based Mac

Pricing and Availability:
TextSoap 9.0 is available from TextSoap website or through the Setapp subscription. For a limited time, TextSoap 9 is available for an introductory price of $45 (USD), after which regular pricing for new customers starts at $50 (USD). Discounted upgrades for existing customers start at $30 (USD). Family Packs are also available through the website.

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Headquartered in Napavine, Washington, Unmarked Software is a privately held software company founded in 1998. With a focus on users, Unmarked Software develops powerful, yet simple software to boost productivity of Mac users. The company's flagship product, TextSoap has received numerous accolades from press and users around the world. Copyright 1998 - 2021 Unmarked Software LLC. All Rights Reserved. Unmarked Software products are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Unmarked Software. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective companies.

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