This release focuses on fixes and improvements to your PopClip experience. It also adds capabilites that will allow new kinds of extensions in future.
- Fixed bug where using the Select All extension could result in an endless spinner.
- Fixed bug where PopClip might fail to pop up if you had set custom mouse pointer colors (in Accessibility preferences).
- VoiceOver will now describe PopClip as “PopClip” instead of just “system dialog”.
- PopClip can now appear for very large selections - up to 10 million characters. (Now you can Word Count the complete Shakespeare.)
- Recognises the new DuckDuckGo browser for performing web searches.
- Compatibility with PDF Expert 3.
- Allows Formatting extension to work in Visual Studio Code.
- Plus other small fixes. Thank you all for reporting things!
If you are heading to the Mac App Store to install the update, please take a moment to click a star rating .
For extension developers and snippet makers, the Changelog is:
- Added the ability to execute pre-compiled AppleScript
.scptfiles, and to invoke handlers within them with parameters.
- Key Press extensions can now take an array of key combos, to press a sequence of keys.
- Extended the key code string format to simplify specifying non-character keys, and raw key codes. For example:
- Brought back the
restore pasteboardfield for actions.
/Application/PopClip.app/Contents/MacOS/PopClip runjs <filename>
- Added RTF processing features (via RichText class object).
- Added locale information to the
- Added a promise-based global function
- Supports the new key combo string format in the
- Improvements to the XMLHttpRequest implementation, including adding
- For Key Press extensions, there is now a 100ms delay after each key press.
I’ve updated the following post to describe the new “Key Combo string format” mentioned above: