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Snippery allows any user to securely save and categorize all their snippets of text, from a few lines to very big text fragments: written from scratch, imported from HD, downloaded as HTML from the specified URL, or with the output obtained from any Shell session done in Snippery's Terminal Mode.
These snippet creation modes are powered with a wide set of text edition operations, RegEx support, and some automatizations, as for example the definition and use of text templates with on-the-fly placeholders substitution.
Snippery’s main window is designed to be as clean, fast and functional as possible for the task at hand. This way, it is possible to hide some elements, like the main Toolbar, the Tag section and the Find bar, providing the maximum work area for text edition.
From the security point of view, Snippery users can activate the encryption of the data, and create as many backups as desired.
Main text edition operations:
Add/Remove Line Numbers
Add End of Line
Concatenate Lines with…
Change text to Lowercase
Change text to Uppercase
Prefix / Suffix…
Delete Duplicated Lines
Repeat Last Line
Repeat Last Line with Substitution
Export selected Snippets as text or JSON
Send Snippet via email
Snippery in Shell Mode
For all those Geeks, Shell lovers out there… there is a really powerful mode inside Snippery that brings all the shell windows you may need to unleash your mojo! From executing remote commands over an SSH session (with password pause detection), and save the resulting output, to type all those arcane commands to list directories or to execute and combine more complex scripts.
**** NOTE TO THE USERS OF THE MAS App version: Due to the limitations present in Sandboxed applications, this feature is limited to the commands allowed to be executed inside the own sandbox app folders structure!! ****
The best of all is that you can create your own automated shell scripts from Snippery! No rocket-science needed, just have to add the commands you want to execute and reorder them in the wanted sequence; you can include even any of the text expansions added to Snippery during the Shell script creation! The “Run Shell” scripts can be created from scratch or using the history of already typed commands from the current Shell session.
This way, it is possible to combine in a single shell script all the power to reproduce a sequence of commands, with the flexibility to vary some of the parameters represented by the placeholders used when defining a Text Expander entry.
Text Expander Editor
Use all the power of this feature to create dynamic templates that can be expanded later typing just a few characters! The Text Expander entries can contain placeholders that you can substitute with the real content during the expansion process. You can think about that like some kind of variables inserted in the template and whose values you’ll assign at a later time. This way a same template can expose several key texts when you’re ready to use them!
Create new Text Expander entries from scratch or from current text selection!
HTML Preview… and Edition!
Preview every downloaded webpage… and even edit and see on the fly all the changes applied! From one side, this is the best way to preserve the content of a webpage that you are interested in. From other side, you can find in Snippery a way to sketch HTML ideas and check how they look in real time.
(New) Markdown Support
Use Markdown syntax to write your snippets, and Snippery will render and preview the resulting HTML in real time and export them to PDF, Word, RTF and HTML. With Markdown you can use:
Several levels of Headers (H1 to H6)
Sorted and Unsorted lists
(New) PDF Export
Export the selected snippet as a PDF file.
(New) HTML Export
Export the selected text snippet as HTML. This addition, when applied to a Markdown formatted text snippet is a really powerful feature!
(New) Word Export
Create .docx formatted files. This option is especially powerful when used with HTML and Markdown snippets, although the referenced images are not included in the resulting document.
(New) RTF Export
This export option generates .rtf formatted files. This option is especially powerful when used with HTML and Markdown snippets, although the referenced images are not included in the resulting document.
(New) Additional options for Filtering
Now it is possible to filter the available items by:
All: The typed text may appear in the Snippet’s Title, Text or Tag entries.
Title: The typed text only matches against the tittle.
Text: The typed text only matches against the main text.
Tags: The typed text only matches against any of the assigned tags.
In addition, it is possible to filter the entries based on their modification dates:
Any Date: Show all the entries that matches the remaining criteria independently their modification date.
Today: Show all the entries modified on the current date and that matches the other selected criteria.
Yesterday: Show all the entries that has been modified the day before to the current day, and that also matches the remaining criteria.
Last Week: Show all the entries modified during the last week, and that matches against the remaining criteria.
Last Month: Show all the entries modified during the last month, and that matches against the remaining criteria.
Last Year: Show all the entries modified during the year, and that matches against the remaining criteria.
The Filter feature also offers the ability to sort the filtered results by Creation Date, Modification Date or Title as criteria, both in ascending or descending mode.
(New) Added Edition Mode and Preview Mode
Now it is possible to switch between Edition and Preview modes directly on the main window.
(New) Added new Preference “Save by default”
With this preference enabled, Snippery saves automatically by default all the changes made to the selected snippet.
(New) Added preference for “Idle time before Lock”
Sets the period of idle time before the app locks the access to the information asking for the Password. (See ‘Improved Security’ below.) This feature only works when the database is encrypted.
(New) View snippet on its own window
Alt + Clic on a text snippet item to show its contents on its own auxiliary window.
(New) Retina Diplay compatible
Snippery looks great on Retina compatible displays!
(Improved) Database Encryption
The Encrypt Window requires now to re-type the Password in order to avoid mistakes that could drive to an inaccessible database.
(Improved) General Security
The app ask now for password typing after five minutes idle, by default. It is possible to active the Password Window (or Locking Window) selecting the File > Lock menu item. When Snippery is in locked mode, there is no way to access the stored data, always the database has been previously encrypted. The Backup feature generates an encrypted file when the main database is encripted too.
(Improved) Text Expansion Feature
Now is possible to render any Text Expansion entry, with or without placeholders, directly to the Clipboard.
(Improved) Preferences Window
(Fix) Windows and Menu Appearance
(Fix) Text Snippets Window
(Fix) Text Expander, Placeholder substitution
- Javier Rodriguez Menendez
- 23.8 MB
- OS X 10.7 o posterior
- Debes ser mayor de 17 años para descargar esta aplicación.
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- © 2016 Javier Rodríguez - AprendeXojo.com
- 10,99 €
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