Graffiti
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Write text in back of any Cocoa app window.   Free
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  • Graffiti has been discontinued
  • Developer
    Ian Henderson
Graffiti lets you flip any window in a Cocoa application over and write text on the back. You can save this text to a file. In order to use Graffiti, you have to download and install SIMBL.
What's New
Version 0.4:
  • Japanese Localization (Thanks E-WA and t-blade!)
  • Rudimentary support for associating text with windows (For now, this only works for Cocoa applications using NSDocument or the NSWindow frameAutosaveName feature.)
  • I guess I am working on this some more, after all
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later (It may run on 10.1, I haven't tested it.)

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ver. 0.x:
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Anonymous reviewed on 15 Nov 2004
when i installed it, upon launching a cocoa app (eg terminal, safari) i get the message saying "this application has unexpectedly quit etc".
carbon apps still launch fine (eg QT)
[Version 0.4]


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Anonymous reviewed on 15 Nov 2004
"I guess I am working on this some more, after all"

:)
[Version 0.4]


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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Nov 2004
To developer:

Me and my colleague have modified it to be fully-localizable (i.e. made menu item strings which were hard-coded in 0.3 editable), and added Japanese localization.

Is it okay to release it as 0.31 or 0.4?
[Version 0.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 11 Nov 2004
To developer: Thanks for the 3 versions anyway, I still think it's neat and I'm glad it found its way here.
[Version 0.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 10 Nov 2004
Too cool =)
[Version 0.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 10 Nov 2004
It would be cool if the text was metadata that got associated with the window's file on disk, but as it is, it's pretty useless.
[Version 0.2]


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Kballard reviewed on 10 Nov 2004
I don't understand the point of this. It just turns any window into a text field. Why would I possibly want to use this instead of, say, opening a new BBEdit window?
[Version 0.2]


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Pawn1 commented on 10 Nov 2004
Very inventive extension, would be nice if i could remove the Graffiti menu via some preferences or config file.
[Version 0.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 09 Nov 2004
SICK :D.

This will be handy for times i need it. Dont know how many of my apps it will work on.
And wow it works on safari. This will be nice when i copy the source code to view it in a nice big window!
[Version 0.1]

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Kballard replied on 10 Nov 2004
Uhh, what? You can expand the source code window as large as you please
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Dontcarez111@mac.com commented on 09 Nov 2004
This works great! I don't know when it'll come in handy, but it's pretty cool!
[Version 0.1]


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Downloads:5,653
Version Downloads:2,515
Type:Business : Applications
License:Free
Date:14 Nov 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Graffiti lets you flip any window in a Cocoa application over and write text on the back. You can save this text to a file. In order to use Graffiti, you have to download and install SIMBL.


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