Archive for the 'FastScripts' Category

Go To My Music

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

In response to the updated iTunes 9.0 from Apple, fellow developer Todd Ditchendorf complained on Twitter that the application still lacks a convenient shortcut for “jumping back to the music.” I use iTunes all the time, but it hadn’t occurred to me how annoying this is. You’ve been fishing around in the iTunes store, or […]

FastScripts 2.4

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

FastScripts 2.4 is out, with an important change in the evaluation terms. Use FastScripts for free, for as long as you like. All features are enabled and you may define up to 10 keyboard shortcuts. If you decide you want unlimited keyboard shortcuts, purchase a license to remove that limitation. I have been thinking for […]

FastScripts Is A Team Player

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

These days, most of you know Red Sweater Software and my work for MarsEdit, the amazing desktop blog editor that I acquired from NewsGator almost two (!) years ago. But I love my other apps, too. And among these, FastScripts is one of the oldest. Even before expanding my product line a couple years ago, […]

FastScripts As Apple Menu

Monday, September 15th, 2008

Jim DeVona was feeling homesick recently for the old Apple menu on Mac OS 9 and earlier operating systems. For those of you too young (or too old!) to remember, the Apple icon in the upper-left corner of our Mac desktops used to contain a highly customizable list of files and applications, for easy access […]