Indigo Byte Systems announces that the new version of its software help-authoring tool, Dr.Explain 3.1 is available.

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Contact: Dennis Crane


Title: Chief Executive Officer


Make Help

Documentation For Software Applications Automatically With Dr.Ex
plain Tool

Indigo Byte Systems announces that the new version of its software help
authoring tool,
Dr.Explain 3.1

is available

The Dr.Explain is the only software documentation tool that captures snapshots of live application screens
and automatically
recognizes and annotates all significant controls: buttons, text fields, menus, options,
and other ones. Until the version 3.1, many software developers and vendors have been using the
Dr.Explain to document their Windows software, HTML pages, or Flash (SW
F) applications. Now, the
Dr.Explain 3.1 enters the Java world. Java developers can benefit from the same technology, and
automatically generate professional documentation for their Java applications made with Swing

With old common approach, s
oftware developers spent hours editing screenshots and formatting text for
their documentation files. Dr.Explain trims the help file writing time by automating those boring and
consuming operations. It captures screens from a live application, analyze
s them, and creates
stunning screenshots that make it easy for users to understand how the application works. Each screenshot
contains numbered references to all buttons, edit fields, options, menus, radio buttons, dropdown lists,
toolbars, trees, and othe
r controls. Dr.Explain also creates a numbered paragraph for each of these
numbered controls. Simply tweak the automatically generated text of descriptions and the program
produces everything needed for professional help files in CHM or HTML format, as wel
l as RTF
documentation files that can be printed or loaded online.

Besides the support of Java applications, Dr.Explain 3.1 brings more new functions that will help
software vendors produce astonishing documentation even faster. The customizable capturing

allow to precisely specify which window element or HTML tag to analyze or to skip, how to handle its
child elements, and how to name and to annotate it. Other gems of the new version are new graphical
effects and image rendering technology. All
screenshot images, callout lines, text label fonts, shadow and
blending effects are drawn with high precision which leaves no chance for fuzzy edges, making
documentation illustrations look clean, realistic and nice (beautifully clear).

Dr.Explain takes t
he pain out of creating documentation. By automating the process, the creation of
manuals, user guides, and help files becomes an enjoyable part of developing software or creating web
sites. The savings in time and tedium on a single development project wi
ll pay for the software many
times over.

Dr.Explain version 3.1 runs under Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista. The single user license price starts
from $125(US). Multi
user bundles and discounts are available. You can download a free trial version
from the comp
any's web site


For more information, contact Indigo Byte Systems.



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Please, let us know if you have questions or would like to review Dr.Explain 3.1. Contact Dennis Crane at

to get more information o
r request a license key for review


Since 2003, Indigo Byte Systems has been providing Windows and PDA tools to software developers, as
well as business and home computer users. In addition to Dr.Explain, the company also offers

a line of
UTS software, handy data tracking applications for Windows desktop or Palm OS PDA devices. Indigo
Byte Systems also offers custom software design and development services to corporate and individual
clients, worldwide.


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