Keyword Assistant is a plugin for iPhoto to make keyword management easier. The main feature, pictured at right, is an auto-completing text field for assigning keywords. This is much faster than using the built-in keyword panel.
For more information, including why either keywords or Keyword Assistant are a good thing, take a look at the ReadMe.
This version requires iPhoto 4.0.3 - iPhoto 6.0.6 and Mac OS X 10.4. It runs natively on Intel- and PowerPC-based computers. See the changelog for what's new.
Keyword Assistant does not support iPhoto '08 and I have no plans to support it in the future. In iPhoto '08, the native keyword interface is good enough that Keyword Assistant is not necessary! Yay!
Keyword Assistant is currently localized for English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish and Russian. Send me an email if you'd like to help with a localization.
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PadCaster is a command line tool that converts MacPAD application description files to RSS 2.0 feeds. A MacPAD file describes one application; it contains the same information as is found in a versiontracker posting. Thus, the feed PadCaster produces provides RSS software update notifications. Fraser Speirs coined the term Appcast for such feed.
For developers, this is a convenient way to offer an RSS update feed for your software. For users, this lets you create and subscribe to RSS feeds for applications that support MacPAD. This requires an aggregator that can use scripts as feeds, such as the excellent NetNewsWire 2.
See the readme for details.
-[KFDecorator setBlock:forSelector:]allow the user to provide FScript blocks to execute in response to messages. Messages without a specified FScript block are passed on to the base object. This can also be used to build an object up from scratch as an assemblage of FScript blocks.
~/Library/InputManagers/, creating that folder first if necessary.
~/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins/, creating all the necessary intervening directories.
~/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins/FScriptAnywhereSIMBL.bundle/Contents/Info.plist. At the bottom of the property list, you'll see an array with key
SIMBLApplicationIdentifierwhich is currently empty. If you add application identifiers to the array then apps with those identifiers will load FScriptAnywhereSIMBL. For example, to load into iPhoto and Mail:
*character is special, and if you use it as an entry in the
SIMBLApplicationIdentifierarray then the bundle will load into all cocoa applications.