WordWrapper
WordWrapper
4.0

4.8

WordWrapper free download for Mac

WordWrapper4.0

29 November 2010

Auto-removes carriage returns in text.

Overview

Word Wrapper helps deal with hard carriage returns in text. It replaces the returns (or carriage return/line feed combination) with a space so your word processor can easily reformat your text. It'll work on any text file, or you can word- wrap the clipboard while you are inside your favorite word processing program.
  • Intelligently removes carriage returns & line feeds.
  • Keeps the carriage returns you want.
  • Option to replace tabs with spaces.
  • Option to remove double spacing.
  • Option to unwrap text, putting carriage returns back at end of lines.
  • Option to remove spaces at beginnings of lines

What's new in WordWrapper

Version 4.0:
  • New feature to place WordWrapper in the status bar, where it is always available.

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7 Reviews of WordWrapper

Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 2.0

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While I like small special-purpose programs (because I write them myself, hehe), this is a bit crazy. What this $15 app does can easily be handled with a text editor like TextWrangler for example, which is free (and as a nice extra you get a very powerful text editor). Anybody who shells out $15 for this is either too rich or too stupid. Sorry.
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Jbc
17 November 2006
Version: 3.2
This utility is indeed helpful and saves me quite a bit of time each week. I use it to cleans up text I copy from email messages and before pasting it into a custom database. I don't know why others seems to have such scorn for this little utility and the developer. It does what it claims, and in the one instance when there was a probelm, the developer responded overnight with an update. Consider me more than pleased.
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Thevalrus
24 March 2006
Version: 3.0
I hate to dogpile on you here, developer, but... Who am I kidding? No I don't. The suggestion that anyone would pay $15 for this is an insult to the intelligence of everyone who uses MacUpdate.
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Anonymous
25 February 2005
Version: 2.0
15 bucks ? What planet are you on ????! There are so many ways to do this for free, already built into the OS. Crazy
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Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 2.0
$15 - are you smokin' crack?
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Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 2.0
I hate to compare, but in this case textSOAP puts this to pasture and is a well developed app with substantially more features for the serious writer.
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Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 2.0
$15?? unbelievable.. there are at least 2 dozen FREE ways to accomplish this same thing
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Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 2.0
While I like small special-purpose programs (because I write them myself, hehe), this is a bit crazy. What this $15 app does can easily be handled with a text editor like TextWrangler for example, which is free (and as a nice extra you get a very powerful text editor). Anybody who shells out $15 for this is either too rich or too stupid. Sorry.
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