Trialware Submit - aid developers in submitting their trial software to software download sites
|Updated||Sep 21st 2006|
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|Crack Size||1.1 MB|
Trialware Submit is an application that will aid the programmers to submit their trial software to software download sites.
The program includes a browser window to allow site submission from within the program itself. Software authors can easily visit a software site`s home, search, submit and update pages.
TSubmit can used to keep track of sites submitted to, published and previously published. The program includes all company and program information stored in a handy pop-up screen.
An individual item can be copied to the clipboard merely by clicking on the desired item. After visting the submit page, authors submit their software to a site by pasting these items into the relevant form fields.
TSubmit also allows authors to store their password and login ID for a site.
Here are some key features of "Trialware Submit":
￭ included browser window (must have Internet Explorer installed)
￭ semi-automatic form-fill of web form fields
￭ automatic e-mail submission
￭ form power-paste menu features
￭ ability to keep track of sites submitted to, published and previously published
￭ stores site login and password information
￭ software site home, search, submit and update links
￭ simplified tabbed-window interface
￭ PAD file import
￭ multi-language capabilities (translators needed)
￭ site update feature
￭ multi-company support
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