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Web-design tool SoftPress Freeway is to migrate to Mac OS X, with the new version shipping mid 2001. Full details of the product - which makes designing a Web page much like layout in a DTP application - are expected to be released at Macworld Expo in the US next week. "We believe Mac OS X is a great leap forward in operating systems which will deliver major benefits to our customers". said SoftPress managing director, Richard Logan. "The remarkable robustness and ease-of-use of Mac OS X reflect exactly the qualities for which Freeway is renowned." "With its state-of-the-art technology, exquisite Aqua interface, and unparalleled power, Mac OS X is the ideal platform for high-end creative applications," said Clent Richardson, Apple's vice president of worldwide developer Relations. "The forthcoming release of SoftPress' Freeway for Mac OS X is sure to be appreciated by design professionals worldwide."