DiscLabel: Video Tutorial Now Available

Philip Blog, News

video tutorials we just posted on our website. Produced by Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline, this series covers new design creation, iTunes and iPhoto integration, design editing, using special effects and clip art, among other topics. It’s a fantastic introduction to DiscLabel, but even experienced DiscLabel users may learn something they didn’t know. I also highly recommend checking out ScreenCastsOnline. It’s …

TextExpander: New Video Review

Philip Blog, TextExpander, TextExpander Tips

Michael Mistretta at MacApper has posted a very good video review of TextExpander’s features. It covers the new TextExpander 2, so it makes a great sequel to Merlin Mann’s demo at MacBreak. MacApper will also be giving away two copies of TextExpander: In order to enter this giveaway, you must comment on this post with 3 of the most repetitve …

MacSanta has come to town!

Philip Blog, Smileworthy

Quite a number of our fellow Mac software developers have teamed up to bring a little joy to Mac users this holiday season, in the form of the MacSanta 20% discount! Every day, until December 24, five different developers’ wares are featured at 20% off for one day only. SmileOnMyMac is featured today! Besides the daily 20% off specials, you’ll …

TextExpander: Coming to an Apple Store Near You!

Philip Blog, News

TextExpander is coming to retail! You should be seeing it at your local Apple Store this month. It’s priced at $29.95 (same as the download version), and the box includes a CD with the software and a Quick Start card. Send us your photos of TextExpander in the Apple Store. We’ve got lots of good photos of PDFpen. Now we …

Fun with Sounds in TextExpander

Philip Blog, TextExpander, TextExpander Tips

1) I downloaded the sound at The Freesound Project, a huge collection of user-contributed sound files, made available under a Creative Commons License. (If you want the “oops”, it’s here.) Registration is free and is required for downloading. 2) I dragged the sound file “9020_WIM_oops.wav” into my home directory’s Library>Sounds folder. 3) In TextExpander preferences, I selected the Autocorrect group …