We had a project that we had been working on for about a year, and in August of 2002 Charles Jolley, the developer and owner of Okito Composer, wrote to us and told us he was moving to San Diego to attend school. When we evaluated his word processor, we found that it was very similar in vision to our project. Plus, his interface was, to put it quite simply, fantastic. Since the projects seemed to share the same vision, it was a "no-brainer" to merge the two products.
Doing that has made the combined product much stronger, but has added time to the development process. In the end, we do believe that we will have a world class word processor, worthy of competing with any word processor on the Macintosh platform.
FAQ for Nisus Writer Express
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