Word Counter Pro Version 1.7 Adds Support for Counting Multiple Documents in a Single Operation

Word Counter Pro Mac App Icon

           

Word Counter Pro version 3.7 has been released for macOS.

What’s New?

-You can now get stats for multiple documents in a single operation. The “Drag File” tab in the main window has been renamed to “Drag or Choose Files” to describe this new functionality.

-You can now save a stats detail sheet for documents to a file.

-Minor bug fixes.

Word Counter Pro Mac App Screenshot with drag or choose files selected.
Word Counter Pro Mac App screenshot with Drag or Choose Files tab selected.
Word Counter Pro Mac App screenshot

File Cabinet Pro Version 3.9.4 Introduces Customizable Toolbar

File Cabinet Mac App Icon

           

File Cabinet Pro version 3.9.4 has been released for macOS.

What’s New?

File Cabinet Pro’s toolbar is now customizable. You can now perform actions that were previously only available in the context menu right in the toolbar. To customize the toolbar, right-click on the toolbar and choose “Customize Toolbar” in the context menu to bring up the new customization palette! This version allows you to add the following actions to the toolbar:

-Go Forward and Go Back
-View Type
-Arrange Files
-Search
-Trash Files
-Get Info
-Show the Sidebar
-Quicklook
-New Folder
-Share
-New Text Document

File Cabinet Pro customizable toolbar screenshot.

File Cabinet Pro Version 3.9.3 Update Adds “Keep Folders on Top When Sorting By Name” Option

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File Cabinet Pro version 3.9.3 has been released for macOS.

What’s New?

-Added a “Keep folders on top when sorting by name” preference. By default this is off but you can enable it from the Preferences window.
-If you have one file selected, you can now start editing its filename by pressing the return key.
-Improved Korean localization.

Take Screenshots Directly to File Cabinet Pro on your Mac with Version 3.9.2

File Cabinet Pro version 3.9.2 has been released. Version 3.9.2 introduces two new Services you can use to take screenshots:

1. Save screenshot in File Cabinet Pro

2. Save interactive screenshot in File Cabinet Pro

The “Save screenshot in File Cabinet Pro” Service allows you to take a screenshot (like you would if you used Command+Shift+3), but instead of saving the screenshot file on the Desktop, the screenshot image is saved to the current directory being displayed in File Cabinet Pro.

The “Save interactive screenshot in File Cabinet Pro” Service allows you to take a screenshot of a portion of your screen (like you would if you used Command+Shift+4) but instead of saving the screenshot file on the Desktop, the screenshot image is saved to the current directory being displayed in File Cabinet Pro.

If you want to use these Services, make sure they are enabled in System Preferences. Then you can use the Services from the Services menu in supporting apps. You can also assign your own hotkey for these Services in System Preferences.

Word Counter Pro Version 1.6 Released on the Mac App Store

Word Counter Pro Mac App Icon

           

Word Counter Pro version 1.6 has been released for macOS.

What’s New?

-You can now get stats for the selected text in practically any text editing app on macOS by using the new “Get Stats from Word Counter Pro for Selection” Service.

-Added a “Watch in Word Counter Pro Service.” You can now right click a txt, rtf, rtfd, or docx file in Finder (and other supporting apps) and start watching it in Word Counter Pro for changes as you edit the file in another app.

Demo Video Below:

New in File Cabinet Pro Version 3.7 for macOS: Move to File Cabinet Pro Service

File Cabinet Mac App Icon

           

File Cabinet Pro version 3.7 has been released for macOS.

What’s New?

-Added a “Move to File Cabinet Pro” Service. You can now move files to File Cabinet Pro faster than ever from Finder and other supporting apps!
-Fixed issue that caused some items in the context menu to be disabled when control+clicking on an item in Icon View.

See video below for demo:


Exporting NSTableView to HTML [Open Source]

I needed to export the contents of a NSTableView to HTML, so I wrote a little NSTableView subclass in Objective-C to do this.

ATHyperTextTableView is a simple NSTableView subclass that makes exporting a table view to HTML easy. You can customize the look of the exported HTML table with your own CSS too.

Screenshots Below:
Screenshot of NSTableView.
Screenshot of exported HTML from a the tableView, loaded into a WebView.

Screenshot of the exported HTML loaded into a WebView.


Screenshot of exported HTML from a the tableView, loaded into a WebView with custom CSS set.

Screenshot of the exported HTML loaded into a WebView, styled with custom CSS.

There is a sample project available on Github here.