as you discuss our software PhraseExpress, I kindly ask to step in.
The software seems good but I and others on DC have disagreed with the company's attitude
Rjbull, I believe this
describes your posting best. ;-)
No, that's Instant Text. But it's fiercely expensive.
InstantText is absolutely
worth its money for its specific
purpose and is tailored
with awesome capabilities to the specific market of medical/legal transcription. However, I would hesitate to say that it has "more features" than PhraseExpress.
InstantText does not support text formatting, does not offer completion of full sentences and afaik, it has no macro automation programming language. Just to name a few
PhraseExpress is not only a text auto-completion software, but also a text/code snippets organizer. Well, ...Merylic already provided the list of features.
The feature I was interested in was being able to use the same short form for more than one long text, e.g. "apon" for "application," "apparition," and "apportion."
I am happy to tell, that this feature always
was and is available in the free version
and I am sorry if you missed that.This video illustrates it for you: