Xcode Clippings Menu – v1.0.1 Upgrade Released

MILFORD, Pennsylvania – November 13, 2003 – Write Track Media released an
update for Xcode Clippings Menu, a plug-in for Xcode that was released
earlier this week. The update removes a previous limitation that required
users to keep the code editor in a project window closed when using source
documents open in separate windows. The new version allows any combination
of windows.

Xcode Clippings Menu is a plug-in for Xcode, the core component of Apple’s
new developer tools for OS X. The plug-in adds a new “Clippings” menu to
Xcode allowing developers to quickly gain access to snippets of code and
other text resources directly from the Xcode menu bar. The “clippings” are
text files that are stored in any number of subfolders within a primary
clippings folder. Each subfolder within the primary folder becomes a menu
item in the menu which, when selected, offers the user the ability to
select one or more items for insertion into the front source document.

A demo of the product is available now on the company web site. The demo
limits a user to 5 folders and 5 clippings per folder. Write Track Media is
selling registration codes for the plug-in for just $10.

Related Web Page – http://www.wtmedia.com/products/xcodeplugin/index.html

Established in 1994, Write Track Media, Inc. specializes in providing
workflow automation products and custom solutions. Write Track Media’s
custom solutions and innovative products are designed to eliminate
repetition and allow people to focus on their highest creative potential.
The company’s unique approach to building custom automation solutions has
been highly praised by many of their impressive list of clients such as
Adobe, BMG, Dreyfus, Kraftmaid Cabinetry, The Associated Press, Sony Music
Entertainment and more. The core technologies utilized by Write Track
Media’s solutions include AppleScript and FileMaker Pro programming. Write
Track Media is a member of the Apple Consultants Network, Apple Developer
Connection, FileMaker Solutions Alliance, and TECSoft Developers Consortium.

Yours truly,

Austa Craig