Friday, June 08, 2007

Texter - a text substitution app

On Lifehacker I found some weeks ago this little app, Texter.

It's a text substitution application; in other words you configure some shortcut that, when typed, are substituted in longer strings (commands, scripts, and so on). It's still "young" (release 0.3) but quite stable.

For example you could tell texter that when you type "zgg" you want him to replace that string with

Or you could use it to avoid typing everytime your mail address, something like "zem" that turns in

The possibility are endless; the blog post on lifehacker shows some clever ways to use Texter.

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