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Small Company Looking for XML Editor Beta Checkers

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We’re a young software company currently working on developing a tabular editor that can be used to read XML files. We’re looking for some feedback from XML users. This tool is completely free, no strings no catches. We just want your feedback, and to know how it worked with your particular XML.

If you want to participate, You simply install the tool. When it runs, hit ‘cancel’ on creating a new data source. Then simply drag your XML into it. Let us know how it loaded. Naturally, you can keep the tool either way (with or without sending feedback to us)

Here it is: http://www.nobhillsoft.com/MarieAlix.aspx

Thanks very much!
Nob Hill Software
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