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Freeway 7 Adds Media, CSS, Meta Actions, OS X Yosemite Ready

30 July 2014 135 views No Comment

OS X Mavericks was disruptive vis-a-vis third party apps. OS X Yosemite? Not so much. Now, Softpress Freeway 7's here and it's Yosemite ready.

OS X Mavericks was relatively disruptive vis-a-vis third party apps. OS X Yosemite? Not so much. That said, Softpress Freeway 7 is here and, among other new features, it’s Yosemite ready.

Freeway 7 (free trial)
— Added support for media types and widths
— Added responsive support to the CSS Menus Action
— Added the Better Meta Action for adding SEO and social media meta data to pages
— The CSS Menus now supports automatic menu generation
— Added an Action for advanced styling of tables
— figure, figcaption, and main are available as CSS box types
— The Google Analytics Action now supports Universal Analytics
— Style names can contain hyphens
— The current panel in the Inspector Palette can be changed using Command-1, Command-2 etc.
— Added Next/Previous Page menu options to the View menu
— Added View menu options with keyboard shortcuts which allow selection of the next/previous sibling box, and the ancestor/first descendant element.
— Requires OS X 10.6.8+, OS X 10.10 Yosemite-ready
— Hundreds of (mostly free) third-party plugins
— See the full release notes

Freeway 5.x.x is available on the Mac App Store but won’t likely ever be updated.

Freeway 7 is available direct from Softpress for $150.

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