I’m pleased to see that the DTP software QuarkXPress 2022 has been released. Now “compatible with macOS Monterey and Windows 11” and still available as a perpetual one-off licence. Some readers will have vague memories of ancient and crumbly software from the early 2000s. But this QuarkXPress is very different, having been steadily and solidly improved every year since 2015. It is now a perfectly capable and slick non-subscription choice for magazine and book production software, and one that natively supports absolute reproduction of a DTP print layout in Web browser-friendly HTML5. No expensive HTML5 subscription-only plugin required, as is the case with InDesign. Affordable too, so watch for discounts in the next month or so.
Windows 7 users, though, should target QuarkXPress 2018.