Typinator turbo-charges your typing productivity.
Type a little. Typinator does the rest.
We’ve all faced projects that require repetitive typing tasks. With Typinator, you can store commonly used text and images in quick keywords and abbreviations. From email templates to code snippets to website URLs, there’s no easier way to recreate repetitive text at a moment’s notice.
- Uncomplicated configuration. Quickly and easily create abbreviations and assign replacement text and pictures.
- Simplified migration. If you already use TextExpander, TypeIt4Me, or a similar app, you can migrate to the highly praised Typinator using simple drag-and-drop importation methods.
- Conversion options. Instantly convert currency values, measurement units and more.
- Extensive app compatibility. Your text expansions function in all of your OS X apps with lightning-fast precision.
If your workflow needs a boost, it’s time to harness the power of text-expansion. Get Typinator today!
- Input fields can now have initial values.
- In Quick Search, capitalization of the entered search string now determines the result of abbreviations with the "Case affects expansion" attribute.
- Fixes a problem where the quick definition of an AutoCorrection did not work when a single word was selected in a bullet list in certain applications (such as Pages).
- Works around a problem in IntelliJ, PhpStorm, WebStorm, and PyCharm, where the current clipboard was inserted in case of multi-line expansions.
- Fixes a problem where some input fields were not recognized when they immediately followed another marker.
- Works around an issue with certain multi-line expansions in Microsoft Word.
- Solves a problem where Typinator created different types of line breaks in some applications.
- Fixes incorrect cursor position when the expansion ended with line breaks in certain Cocoa applications.
- Fixes a problem where searching for words did not work in case of long expansions.
- Works around an expansion problem in RazorSQL.
- Fixes an issue where command+F failed to enter the Search field when the abbreviation field had the keyboard focus.
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.5.8 or later