TOKYO (MacHouse) – You never know when you get a new software development idea. When I was developing WorldTimez, the last Mac software release, I had to insert a bunch of city names into the same line of code. And I said to myself “Is there a simpler way of doing it?” Well, I wish I had had ListUps three or four days. YEAH! Anyway, that’s our new software release. ListUps is a new Mac software title we submitted to Mac App Store a few hour ago.
ListUps is a simple desktop application that lets you create a line-by-line list from text files or folders. If the source is a text file, ListUps creates a list by reading each line as a name. You can also create a list by selecting a folder. In this case, ListUps extracts file names (with or without file extensions) from the selected folder. ListUps won’t let you stop there. It comes with a feature by which you specify an expression like a line of programming code and ListUps will encapusulate each name with it. So what are you going to do with this name list? You can save it as a text file.
- Drag and drop text files or folders that are readily accessible onto application’s drop box.
- When the user selects a text file, the application will read its content line by line.
- When the user selects a folder, the application will list file names in it with or without their extensions.
- Manually add names to the list by clicking on the + button.
- Set an insertion point so that you can encapsulate each name with an expression or a line of code you specify.
- Save the list as a text file.
- Language: English only.
- The application supports the Retina display.
- Application file size: 1.4 MB
- The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.)
- Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or higher (compatible with Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks)
- 64-bit system
- A computer with a display monitor capable of showing at least 535 x 470 pixels
- In order to save the name list as a text file, each name must be compatible with UTF-8, which covers a wide range of characters.
Note: Release dates are ones when updates are announced here, not when updates are actually released at Mac App Store. We make no promise that they will be accepted by iTunes Connect and then released at Mac App Store.
1.0.2 (Released on June 16, 2013)
- Fix: Some menu commands were incorrectly labeled.
- Fix: The application could crash unless ‘Don’t remember the last window dimensions’ is enabled in Preferences.