Butler, Witch, CalenderClock, TextPander, and now this ... Is Peter Maurer really one guy or is it the alias of a collective of very clever developers? Every time a new app gets released under that name, you can be sure that it's something so useful that it will become an essential part of your Mac.
ServiceGrabber is no difference. It's not exactly a new invention (some years ago, the QuickSilver developer released a preference pane called Service Manager that did the same job), but it has a much better interface and a few extra features like customizable shortcuts and the option to restructure the Services menu.
- Like Witch and Textpander, this should be a preference pane, not an application.
- ServiceScrabber examines and displays the services on every available system. If you have an emergency system on a backup drive, ServiceScrabber shows duplicate Service entries. It should limit itself to the startup drive (or at least make it a preference).
Thanks for another great utility.