Today, Softpress Systems Ltd. (Softpress) released version 4.2 of Freeway Pro and Freeway Express. This update includes the exciting new Freeway Shop, an easy-to-use e-commerce solution that allows web designers to set up shop pages and effortlessly integrate with a choice of back-end payment processors. “Freeway users have always had the ability to create custom e-commerce solutions and take advantage of the commercial side of the Web. The inclusion of Freeway Shop built-in to every copy of Pro and Express has made selling on the Web an absolute snap.” commented Richard Logan, Managing Director of Softpress. “With the clear, step-by-step tutorial and useful reference, even novice users will have a real shop running in a few hours.” Freeway Shop is just the latest addition to Freeway’s toolkit. The innovative suite of Actions, included as part of the free 4.2 update, allows Freeway users to create catalog pages, shopping carts and connect to a choice of payment authorization schemes. Back-end functionality for the Freeway Shop is provided by Mal’s E-Commerce – http://www.mals-e.com/. Also included in the update are: a fix for the Eolas/Explorer issue, speed enhancements and a useful Save as Template feature. The version 4.2 update, a Universal application for both PPC and Intel Macs, is available to all registered users of Freeway 4 Pro and Freeway 4 Express from: http://www.softpress.com/support/updates.php. All purchasers of retail box copies are recommended to download this update. About Freeway Freeway, famous for its ease-of-use and clean efficient code generation, is the tool of choice for professional and home Mac users who prefer to focus on design issues, not on coding! For more information on Freeway’s comprehensive feature set, and to see why Freeway should be part of any creative toolkit, see: http://www.softpress.com/products/freeway.php. A fully working 30-day Trial version, including Freeway shop, is available from: http://www.softpress.com/products/free_trial.php. About Softpress Softpress was founded in 1993 to address the emerging needs of professional publishers and designers for new media authoring tools. It is headquartered in Oxford, England.