TOKYO (MacHouse) – Hmm… We were going to quickly upgrade Pict2Curl with a feature that is only available with Mavericks. But that attempt failed a couple of days ago. Well, we have a backup plan. In fact, we submitted our second software title of the month to Mac App Store about an hour ago. This new software release is called textLook.
Sometimes, we just want to see where a particular key phrase appears in a text document, don’t we? Maybe, you want them highlighted with a color of your selection? textLook is a simple desktop application for that purpose. It lets you visually locate the occurrences of one or more key phrases you specify in a text document. If it’s just the matter of one key phrase, enter one to locate in the top text field. Or open the Keys window to set multiple key phrases to locate visually.
- Search text for a single key or multiple keys.
- Search text for keys case-sensitively or case-insensitively.
- Choose a highlight color.
- Choose a text font size.
- Import text from a text file (.text, .txt).
- Develop a list of key phrases to run a search against. Choose Save Keys under Key so that textLook will load the list next time you start it up again.
- Save text with highlighted key phrases as an RTF document.
- Language: English only.
- The application supports the Retina display.
- The fullscreen mode is supported.
- Application file size: 1.1 MB
- The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.)
- Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9
- 64-bit system
- A key must be at least 2-letter long.
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.
1.0.4 (Released on March 24, 2015)
- When the user removed an input text string, the old count number remained.
- A few other minor changes and fixes are done.
1.0.3 (Released on November 16, 2013)
- Fix: When the user opened Keys, the Delete All Keys command could be active whether there is one or more keys in the list.
- Fix: The invalidation mark did not disappear when the user switched to the multiple key mode.
- The user can reload keys by choosing Reload Keys under Key while the Keys window is open.
Click here to download a trial version. Meanwhile, if you regularly review Mac software, you may be eligible for receiving free coupon codes, which can be redeemed at Mac App Store. Click here for more information.
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