TypeIt4Me 5.0 now available

It’s been a long time coming, but after months of hard graft and some invaluable assistance from our loyal clan of beta testers, we’re pleased as punch to announce that TypeIt4Me 5.0 is now available for download. This is a major update with a totally rewritten engine that brings full 64-bit Snow Leopard compatibility, speedier text expansion and a redesigned user interface with a fully resizable clippings editing window. TypeIt4Me is no longer presented as a System Preferences item – it now stands on its own two feet as a regular application that can optionally display its icon in the dock as well as its traditional menubar position.

For a complete list of features, see:

Available as a 30-day-trial, TypeIt4Me 5.0 still costs just $27 (or $14 for students/ teachers). As always, you’ll only pay $9 to upgrade from a previous registered version. Additionally, users who bought the previous version on or after 1 January 2009 will receive a free upgrade code via email in the next few days. Please note that TypeIt4Me 5.0 is only compatible with Macs running OS X 10.5 Leopard and later.

Anyway, that’s enough blathering from us. Check it out now. We hope you’ll like it.

TypeIt4Me 4.2.1 released

New features:

  • TypeIt4Me now handles older as well as latest SpellCatcher XML export
  • TypeIt4Me now also Handles CR (return) in a similar way to TAB when expanding in spreadsheets

Fixed Bugs:

  • The clipboard is restored after expansion
  • TypeIt4Me no longer accepts older registration codes only to reject them later
  • Triggering expansion with TAB no longer leaves the first letter of the abbreviation behind
  • The contents of the clipboard are restored no matter what other modifiers are pressed on cmd-v