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SCRIPTit 1.0 Released (Mac and Win)

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Fort Worth, TX, April 1, 2002 -- Comm-Unity Networking Systems announces the release of SCRIPTit 1.0, for FileMaker Pro 4.x and 5.x for both Macintosh and Windows Platforms.

SCRIPTit is a very flexible FileMaker interface enhancement plug-in that allows you to create script events and dynamic popup menus all with the power of XML markup. With this plug-in you can define script events that happen immediately, at any future time, or on any repeating interval. The dynamic popup menus can have any number of menu items, and any number of cascading sub menus (limited only by OS issues). The menu items can be bold, italic, underline, or any combination of those styles. Menus can have check marks, round bullets, and diamond shaped bullets. You can change the entire appearance of any menu item at any time, including enabling and disabling items. Whenever the user chooses a menu item, SCRIPTit will run a script in your database.

You can easily integrate SCRIPTit into your existing solutions. A basic knowledge of FileMaker Scripting is needed, however, the SCRIPTit download comes with a very in-depth document on How to Use FileMaker Plug-ins. Also included in the download is complete documentation on every aspect of SCRIPTit.

Jake Traynham, company owner, states that "We've devoted the last 5 months almost exclusively to this plug-in; packing in features; perfecting the XML Parser; fine-tuning the plug-in to make it work seemlessly cross-platform. We've even amazed ourselves with this plug-in. This is no April's Fools! "

Matt Petrowsky, co-author of Scriptology, says "The recent SCRIPTit plug-in you sent me is an absolute revelation for creating dynamic FileMaker Pro interfaces! I can't imagine a more powerful tool that takes advantage of such an important technology as XML and put's that power into the interface. Way to go!"

Possible Uses and Features SCRIPTit

- Slim down navigation interfaces

- Run scripts immediately, at any date and time, or on any given interval

- Powerful, yet easy to learn and read XML Markup for defining script events and dynamic popup menus

- Completely cross-platform

- Works with FileMaker 4.0 and above, including runtime/bound solutions

- Menu items can be bold, italic, underline, or any combination of those styles

- Menu items can have check marks, round bullets, or diamond bullets

- Update the complete appearance of any menu item at any time (enable, disable, font style change, etc)

- Menu items can be selectively shown or hidden based on which modifier keys are held down (ctrl, shift, opt, cmd)

- Menus can be inserted into other menus

- Menu items can be inserted or deleted from existing menus

Fully Functional 30 Day Trial Version Available

A fully functional 30 day trial version of SCRIPTit, along with an example databases and full documentation, is available from our web site listed below. Until you register your copy of SCRIPTit, it will show a splash screen every hour that you use the plug-in in FileMaker. Once you register your copy, the splash screen will disappear.

Pricing and Availability

A Single User License (covers one computer at a time) for SCRIPTit is $89. For multi-seat licenses or developer's license, you can find our prices on our website listed below. For information on Educational/Non-Profit License discounts and Developer Licenses, please send email to [email protected]

For more information about SCRIPTit visit our web site at http://www.cnsplug-ins.com/ or call us at 817-560-4226.

Contact Information:

Comm-Unity Networking Systems

8652 Camp Bowie West, Fort Worth, Texas 76116

Phone: 817-560-4226

Email: [email protected]

Web: http://www.cnsplug-ins.com/

Comm-Unity Networking Systems is dedicated to bringing you quality, cross-platform FileMaker Pro Plug-ins as well as excellent FileMaker Pro consulting, Web Companion/Lasso Development, and custom FileMaker Pro solutions. For more information on our company, please visit our website.

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