Rocket Typist is a modern Mac application, created with simplicity in mind. During a regular day, most of us type the same text over and over again, wasting an enormous amount of time in the process. Why not let your computer do some of that work for you? Once you have collected your snippets, you will never have to type them again. Here are just a few examples:
- Commonly repeated phrases such as “How are you?”
- Signatures with or without images
- Current date and time
- Names, addresses and other contact details
- Hard to remember technical terms
- Support replies to your customers
- Code snippets for developers
- Type an abbreviation and expend it into a snippet
- Use macros to make your snippets more dynamic
- Snippets can either be plain or rich text
- Select snippets from your Mac’s Touch Bar
- Export and import snippets
- A search field has been added to the snippet editor.
- A shortcut can be assigned to a category which displays a menu with all snippets of that category.
- Abbreviations can now get enabled in the snippet settings should they be deactivated.
- Better compatibility with third-party clipboard managers
- Selecting multiple snippets is now possible, which makes dragging them into another category much easier.
- Settings for categories have been added (use right- or Ctrl-click).
- Snippets can be duplicated via the contextual menu.
- The date-and-time macro can now be used to create custom date formats.
- The drag-and-drop behaviour has been improved.
- The format type of new snippets can be set in the general preferences.
- The new drop-down macro allows you to choose from a list of predefined options.
- The snippet menu now pops-up at the cursor location.
- With the new snippet macro, you can use a snippet within another snippet.
- You only have to fill in text-field macros once if they have the same name.
- Abbreviations could not include question marks.
- Changing the add/remove math value using the backspace key resulted in a crash.
- On some devices, a crash has been caused by iCloud at startup.
OS X 10.11.5 or later, 64-bit processor