Projects / jfSnip


jfSnips is a menu bar item for MacOS X that lets you quickly add text snippets. It's recommended if you don't want to type the same expressions all the time. It is a universal binary and compatible with Leopard.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Jun 2008 14:05

    Release Notes: This release adds the ability to resize the left and the right sides in preferences (Split View), rearrange folders and text clippings using drag-and-drop (Snippet Manager), choose an icon theme from five different sets (Preferences), and alternate rows (Snippet Manager).

    •  22 May 2008 16:01

      Release Notes: With the new hotkeys, you can insert your snippets without removing your hands from the keyboard. A clipboard prevents adding the same snippet to the history twice. Backup files can be created and restored easily from the preference panel. The icon in the statusbar was revised, so now it inverses on click. The preference menu was revised.

      •  04 May 2008 21:07

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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