Here’s a case where bringing visual macro editing to TextExpander allowed us to make TextExpander better than before. If you’re a TextExpander macro veteran, you know that the syntax for creating macros treats the percent sign (%) and the colon (:) as special characters. If you’re not a macro veteran, stick with me through the… Read More »
TextExpander’s new visual snippet editor allows date and time macros within fill-ins, and date math is now cumulative. Let’s explore. Date and Time Macros in Fill-ins You can set up a popup fill-in with date macros in the options. Select the date macros from the menu just above the options to the right. Here’s an… Read More »
We’re so thrilled to release TextExpander for macOS 6.5 and TextExpander for Windows 2.0, both of which make the power of TextExpander far more visible. New Snippet Editor with Visual Macros There’s a new snippet editor, which shows macros visually, rather than as blobs of text. Think WYSIWYG vs raw HTML. What’s a macro? Good… Read More »
UPDATE (6-Feb-2019): We’ve decided to adopt 6.5 as the version number to better reflect the degree of change in this release. 6.5b18 is our fourth and likely final public beta. Today, we’re excited to release our first beta of TextExpander for macOS 6.3 with a new and improved editing experience. You may have noticed that… Read More »
Review 14 years of PDF editing on Mac, iPad and iPhone, with some PDF scanning and OCR thrown in, courtesy of the PDFpen Family of apps. Starting at Macworld 2004 PDFpen had developed OCR, grown from Mac to iOS, and iCloud sync!