Typinator is for you if you,ve ever experienced the tedium and frustration of having to repeatedly type your name, e-mail address, home page url, and other words or phrases again, again and again. Or if you frequently need to quickly insert images like your signature, location plan, or company logo into documents.
Typinator boosts your productivity and eliminates errors by automating the process of inserting frequently used text and graphics and and auto-correcting typos and misspelled words.
Configuration is easy – You just define abbreviations and their replacement text or picture.
Usage is even easier – Whenever you type one of these abbreviations in an arbitrary application, Typinator inserts the corresponding replacement.
Drag-and-drop import from Textpander, TextExpander, and TypeIt4Me makes migration to Typinator a no-brainer.
Save your time and annoyance and let Typinator type repeating texts and pictures for you.
You can use Typinator to…
- Quickly type greeting phrases.
- Set up a list of standard text fragments to be used in e-mail replies.
- Insert the current date and/or time in arbitrary formats with a few keystrokes.
- Auto-correct your most frequent typos in all applications system-wide.
- Predefined sets for auto-correction, HTML, Filemaker functions.
- Import snippets from other typing utilities, including Textpander.
- TextExpander, and TypeIt4Me.
- Insert pictures, such as smilies or bullets.
- Insert Unicode symbols by typing a few special regular characters (e.g., type -> to insert an arrow symbol).
- Define shorthands for frequently used Unix commands.
- Quickly create templates for code fragments, if you are a programmer, and more.
- Typinator now supports special keystrokes (such as tab, return or cursor keys) within expansions.
- Faster clipboard-based expansions in most applications.
- Avoids a delay when the first expansion was made in Pages, Numbers or Keynote.
- Improved accuracy and speed of cursor positioning in applications that use the standard Mac OS X text editor.
- Improved speed of cursor positioning within multi-line expansions in certain applications.
- Improved insertion of formatted text in certain older applications.
- Background version checks now take place only when the computer has been idle for a while.
- Works around a problem that caused insertion of the clipboard instead of the expansion in some situations.
- Fixes a cursor positioning problem with expansions containing the section sign on Mountain Lion.
- Works around an issue in AccountEdge Pro, where the typed abbreviation was not deleted.
- Works around a cursor positioning problem in Sublime Text 2.
- Improved compatibility with Fluid applications.
- Typinator now reliably restores the clipboard after expansions.
- Works around a cursor positioning irregularity in Mail on Mountain Lion.
- Works around an incompatibility with Quicken Essentials.
OS X 10.5.8 or later