July 13, 2018 The First Update to Text Case — Chris Hannah

The First Update to Text Case — Chris Hannah

The First Update to Text Case — Chris Hannah:

It hasn’t been long since the release of Text Case, but I’ve already had some great suggestions, so I decided to add them in!

So here it goes.

Five extra formats: — URL Decoded — Capitalise All Words — Camel Case — Snake Case — Hashtags

One format has been fixed”, and that is Capitalise. It now does the obvious and also capitalises the first letter after a period.

You can now choose which formats you want to enable, by navigating to the Settings page, and flipping the switches. This will obviously allow for a more customised interface, as I imagine some people won’t want all 12 formats to show if there aren’t needed.

I still have two things I want to work on. One is the ability for the action extension to be able to replace the original selected text with the new converted value. The other is a pretty great idea that I can’t share until I figure out how exactly I’m going to implement it. But it will be an advanced feature.

Chris has been working really hard on Text Case and while it might sound like a simple app, this utility can be quite useful when you are on-the-go and writing out things quickly. I know have had times where I wanted to change the format of the text quickly but not know what to do about it. I have tried building clunky workflows that worked for some things but having this app around is just a delight.

Give Chris’ app a download and see what you think of it. If you want to make a suggestion, clearly he is listening!


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