Visual Attributed String Version 1.5 Released: iCloud and Quicklook Support Added

Visual Attributed String Mac app icon.

           

Visual Attributed String version 1.5 has been pushed to the Mac App Store. In this update, two new features have been added to the application:

1) iCloud Support. Visual Attributed String now has a container in your iCloud Drive folder (you can of course, disable this feature if you don’t want to use it).

Visual Attributed String documents in Finder window.

2) Quicklook. Visual Attributed String documents now work with Quicklook. Instead of seeing the same document icon, you can get a visual representation of your document in Finder.

Visual Attributed String documents in Finder window.

Visual Attributed String Now Includes an OS X Action Extension!

It’s official, the most advanced WYSIWYG editor for attributed strings gets even better in version 1.2 with the new OS X Action Extension!

Version 1.2 of Visual Attributed String has been released on the Mac App Store! You can now get attributed string code from any OS X app that supports action extensions with text (such as the TextEdit application). To see this new feature in action, watch the video at the official Visual Attributed String blog here.

Visual Attributed String OS X action extension in TextEdit document.

Visual Attributed String is available to purchase on the Mac App Store for just $5.99.