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RagTime Privat 5.6 (DE)

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This app works with: SheepShaver,

DTP (page layout) software. Free for personal use!
For Mac home users, this package offers a true page layout and publishing solution without the cost of the major desktop publishing programs.

Downloads removed upon request of publisher.

Description

Guide Review - RagTime Solo
Home users can get a taste of what real page layout is all about without paying a penny. Within a frames-based environment text, graphics, spreadsheets, charts, and tables are combined to create complete documents. RagTime offers typographic controls, color separations, unlimited master pages, automatic generation of table of contents and index, and footnotes management along with spreadsheet calculations. The Inventory Window for viewing and working with all components of a document is a great feature. For those users who want to do page layout, this is an excellent free option.
Review: http://www.kickstartnews.com/reviews/productivity/ragtime_solo561.html

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

Power Macintosh OS 8.1/9.0 & above
32MB RAM

Comments

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2015, November 25 - 9:03pm

Maybe... but it still does not offer any explanation of why this was pulled from this page and the English version page has been left intact.

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by xy - 2015, November 25 - 1:31pm

Maybe the RagTime folks still believe that they went bankrupt because of the free RagTime 5 version. They do not want to acknowledge that they went bankrupt because the text engine of RagTime 5 was a piece of shit compared to what InDesign 1.5 was able to do (thanks to TeX, of course). RagTime went down for the same reason as Quark and FrameMaker: The text engine of InDesign was superior to all other DTP software at that time.

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by MikeTomTom - 2015, November 21 - 10:00pm
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Downloads removed upon request of publisher.

And they didn't request the removal of the English version? Or is that going to disappear, too? Oh I see, the English version isn't hosted on the internal MG server - 'tho' this page did have external links too (also removed).

Extraordinary, that RagTime GmbH actually requested that this ancient free software be removed. Sad