|04-26-2012, 05:04 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2011
[Mac App Store] Get Plain Text - Instantly remove formatting from copied text! +PROMO
We are pleased to introduce our new Mac OS utility Get Plain Text
It converts copied text into plain text. It instantly removes everything unneeded:
colours, typeface size, style (for example, boldface/italics), hyper-links, images, etc.
First day in Mac App Store, without advertise, Utilites TOP#25 in 10 countries!
If you’ve used the copy/paste functions in Mac OS before, you’ll appreciate
how valuable Get Plain Text is! We use it ourselves every day. This app will
lower your stress level and save you tons of time!
>>Mac App Store Get Plain Text<<
Macworld Australia Editor-in-Chief Dave Bullard say about Get Plain Text:
"Simple and works perfectly. I'll put it in the June issue's Mac Gems section".
Four Promo Codes:
If you use a code, please post that you took it.
Please review/rate us in the App Store! Thanks!
Customer from Macupdate.com say:
" It removes formatting from text on the clipboard, even automatically if you
set it to do that. Pasted text will thus always appear in the formatting of the
context in which it is pasted, regardless where it came from. I find that very
useful. I hardly ever want copied text to be pasted in the formatting it had
where it was copied."
Everyone needs GET PLAIN TEXT on their MAC!
LINK:>>Get Plain Text on the Mac App Store<<
Alice Dev Team, CEO
|04-28-2012, 02:17 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2007
so, how do you open it?
Used the 4th code; installed OK
(this is for the first person who posted, I didn't know either til I, uh, looked at the website and followed the links to documentation for their OSX apps. There's a screenshot).
I see the big letter T in the top bar of the Mac window, so it's there. I'll see how it works.
|04-29-2012, 06:37 AM||#3|
Join Date: Aug 2006
There is a hint on the main site on the many ways to remove formatting from the pasteboard.
There's a lot of apps on the store that cost very little but which replicate existing functions within OS X itself.
Last edited by benwiggy; 04-29-2012 at 06:40 AM.
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