PopChar Win 4.3 offers font search by category and character


Hagenberg, Austria: April 26, 2010 - Ergonis Software today announced the release of PopChar Win 4.3, the Windows version of its award-winning tool for system-wide search and insertion of special characters and umlauts.

PopChar Win 4.3 offers an improved search for fonts by different categories and can restrict the font list to only those fonts that contain a special character. The new version also delivers a number of user interface improvements, like better handling of multiple monitor configurations, improved navigation and a context menu in the font list, and adds support for Unicode 5.2.

PopChar makes "typing" of unusual characters easy without having to remember keyboard combinations. Whenever you need a special character, PopChar is there to help. Click the "P" in the system tray to display a table of characters. Select the desired character and it instantly appears in your document. PopChar works with modern applications that support Unicode as well as with older applications that support only the smaller ASCII character set. In Unicode mode, PopChar makes it easy to navigate and search within fonts that contain thousands of special characters. Web designers especially will enjoy the ability to insert HTML symbols.

Visit Ergonis Software's website to learn more about specific enhancements and fixes contained in this release and to download a trial copy.

Availability and Ordering:

PopChar Win 4.3 runs on Windows 7, Vista, XP, and 2003.

PopChar Win can be purchased securely on the Ergonis Software website. The upgrade to PopChar Win 4.3 is free for anyone who has purchased PopChar Win in the last 2 years. For information about purchases, including enterprise licenses, volume discounts, and upgrade pricing offers, see the company's web site.

About Ergonis Software

Ergonis Software, a privately held company founded in 2002, is headquartered in Hagenberg, Austria. Ergonis Software develops ergonomic and intuitive software that boosts the productivity of Mac and PC users.


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