TextExpander 2.6 and Spanish Accents

Philip Blog, TextExpander, TextExpander Tips

We’ve just added support to TextExpander 2.6 to specify on a per-group basis when abbreviations will expand. The choices are to expand after: Whitespace (the default / classic behavior) All characters except letters & numbers (punctuation, etc.) Any character TextExpander user Miguel Brunell from Mexico helped develop an excellent use of the new “any character” option with snippets for Spanish …

The Mac Switcher Bundle

Philip Blog, Smileworthy, TextExpander

We’re announcing a very special collaboration with some of our favorite people in the Mac development community. The Mac Switcher Bundle offers 3 popular and top-rated Mac OS X utilities (TextExpander, 1Password and Witch) along with a special series of video tutorials aimed at the new Mac user from ScreenCastsOnline. This bundle (a great gift for the new Mac users in …

MacMania: Ship of Geeks

Philip Blog, Live, macmania, Photos, TextExpander

Shawn King. (If you know Shawn, you know it’s hard to miss Shawn in a crowd.) Shawn’s wife and co-host, Lesa Snider King, was working furiously on her forthcoming book, Photoshop CS4: The Missing Manual while we waited to board. And waited. And waited. Imagine being at the gate for a plane that holds 2600 passengers. And multiply that by …

Snipr / Snurl / Snipurl

Philip Blog, TextExpander, TextExpander Tips

David Chartier, Assistant Editor at Ars Technica, requested support for snipr.com. I was surprised to find that Snipr, Snurl, and Snipurl are all the same service. They will require registration as of December 31, 2008. Given that, I wrote a snippet which supports using these services as a registered user. Here’s what to do to install the new snippet: Download …