Code 66 proudly announces Znippetizer-X version 1.4, made with REALbasic.
Download at: http://www.znippetizer.com/
Znippetizer-X is a small tool, to help programmers, writers, scientists,
lawyers and other people who need to quickly sort, organize and categorize
How does it work?
Znippetizer-X has a small global floating window (with a Z in it), where
you can drag any text. Any items dragged here are stored in a database, and
grouped. All new items are stored in the currently selected Snippetgroup,
and can then later on be moved to any other group.
By clicking on the “Z”, the Znippetizer-X windows zooms, and you get full
access to the groups and lists of items, and you can drag any item from the
list to any other application that can recieve a text drag. You can zoom
any snippet and select parts from it, copy from it. You can drag text files
to the Znippetizer-X window, and also paste new snippets into it. You can
also edit a snippet in the close up window.
A little note on Znip-o-matic.
Znip-o-matic is a really powerful way of znipping without having to switch
application or use drag and drop. You have to go to the preferences panel
and configure your personal Znip-o-matic HotKey combination. It requires at
least two of the four modifier keys, Shift, Command, Control and Option
plus one other key. When you have done that, and enabled Znip-o-matic, all
you have to do is to select the text you want to znip, and then press your
Znip-o-matic HotKey combination, and release it again. The znipping occurs
when the keys are released.
Going a bit technical for you who really wanna know. What Znippetizer-X
does is to send the key-combination Command-C to the frontmost application.
Therefore, it cannot send that until you have let go of your keys.
You select Command-Control-Z as your Znip-o-matic HotKey combination. If
Znippetizer-X did send Command-C while those keys were down, the result
would be Command-Control-Z-C and not Command-C.
* Hotkey snipping with znip-o-matic.
* BabelFish=81 translation of snippets, up to 150 characters.
* Imports QuickDex datafiles.
* Imports and exports to and from any headertagged textfile format.
* Fast searching.
What it doesn’t do.
It doesn’t handle graphics or any other kind of dragged items.
Limitations in a non registered version.
The number of snippets are limited to 50.
You can only create 5 new groups.
Importing is disabled, and find is party crippled.
Creating new Znippets manually is disabled.
Importing znippets from a textfile is disabled.
Exporting znippets to a textfile is disabled.
How do I purchase?
Just use your browser and go to the following URL:
Please try it out, and please e-mail me suggestions and comments, and
please use the word Znippetizer in the subject field when e-mailing about
Znippetizer-X, to make mail sorting more easy.
Znippetizer-X changes history:
1.4 The snippetlist can now be quicksearched by typing a key, and the list
will scroll to a snippet beginning with that character.
1.4 You can now save you database in any location, and have multiple
databases, where Znippetizer-X opens the last opened database upon startup.
1.4 A powerful backup and restore is now implemented.
1.4 Babelfish translation of snippets up to 150 characters using the
altavista babelfish webserver.
1.4 Fixed problems with paper area when printing which sometimes caused the
printed text to go off the edge of the paper.
1.4 Creating of new snippets for typing in is a much better experience now.
Save the snippet and continue to type.