I need a software that runs in Windows XP/Vista/7, 32 & 64 bit OS.
This would be a quite easy software, I want to keep it simple to use and I should be able to add more features in the future (source code should be included).
Purpose: generate a text/html document from selected predefined text fields + some fields that can be edited and saved for future usage (repetitive content)
We constantly create new documents that looks quite the same but some details separate them.
We want to be able to save project details locally and edit it later on.
Choose a category;
Several text paragraphs and tags pops out from the pre-defined list.
Choose which of those to use.
Choose which editable fields to include.
Send all the content to a simple Wysiwyg editor where we should be able to make basic layout stuff. The Wysiwyg editor should produce clean html.
Editable fields, about 15 fields.
We should be able to save the project and open & edit again (and re-save with a new name if we want).
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Hi, Thanks for your interest here! I have made a small re-think here to clean up the software a bit and might be thinking of split it up in two softwares instead. If Vworker allow, here is a link to my outline: [url removed, login to view] Basically, software 1: Column 1: This will have three categories: Flippa Headlines, IM Headlines and Show all. Column 2: Will Show the content from the selected category. Possible to sort ascending and descending. Column 3: Tags. Possible to sort ascending and descending. One can select several headlines and tags and copy them to the cliboard or as a text file. Software 2: There will be 15 fields which content can be saved in a template. One can choose to load or save templates with the field contents. Next step is to send the content from the fields to the WYSIWYG editor. That content can be saved or loaded (as clean html). I am sending out this to see if you are available for the job. Sorry for changing the format a bit but I think it will be more simple to work with. Thanks, Patrik