GistPal is a wonderful code clips tool for GitHub Gist lovers. It helps you to quickly access your gist code right from macOS menu bar.
*** Update for macOS Mojave ***
● Full-text search
● Syntax highlight、line number
● Markdown preview
● Sorting by your copy frequency
● Multiple files in one view
● Instant editing and saving in the popup panel
● Auto and manually sync
GistPal means to provide a code clips tool with minimal impact on your programming workflow.
This update brings full support for macOS Mojave and introduces a stunning dark mode for GistPal.
DARK MODE FOR MOJAVE
● GistPal will automatically switch between light and dark mode based on the appearance you've chosen in the macOS system Preferences.
● Full support for macOS Mojave.
● New CSV table preview feature.
● Bug fixes and stability improvement.
Ratings and Reviews
Decent little app with one caveat
Overall I think this app is pretty good and definitely is useful. The one caveat I have is that when clicking the icon on a secondary desktop monitor, the app renders the window on the wrong monitor (or not at all).
Developer Response ,
Thank you very much for your reply, we have fixed this issue in our new release 2.7.
Great snippet manager
I use this to access code snippets for web development. GistPal syncs your Gists automatically and references them locally, which means it can search the contents of your Gists. You can also browse, and it displays the contents right there in the window. It also handles multiple-file Gists very nicely, displaying them clearly in the window and keeping them separated when copy/pasting.
But the thing that blew me away is that I reported a few little bugs and some feature requests to the developer, and got a response right away. Within a few weeks, the changes I requested showed up in an update. Seriously amazing. I’m glad to support this handy little app, and look forward to seeing it grow.
Slow, buggy on Mavericks.
This is a great idea poorly executed. On Mavericks, at least, the sign-up process was buggy, the app is slow to load after clicking the menubar icon, and the controls don’t work well. For $7, I’d expect something a littlle more fully implemented.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.