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nView for Mac

Utility for viewing, searching, sorting tab-separated data.

$9.99
In English
Version 1.1.1
2.5
Based on 4 user rates

nView overview

nView is a simple application utility for viewing, editing, searching, sorting and printing character-separated textual tabular data.

Either select "Open..." from the File menu or drag a file into the application main window list view. The file format should be a plain text file (multiple encodings supported) and consist of lines of character-separated items. Use the Preferences window to specify CSV or TSV, or specify another other character separator. The lines should be separated by carriage returns (CR), line feeds (LF) or both (CRLF).

What’s new in version 1.1.1

Version 1.1.1:
  • Maintenance update.
  • Fixed a bug in the preferences window: The background color picker should be enabled only when the option to use 'Alternating background' for the table is not selected.

nView for Mac

$9.99
In English
Version 1.1.1
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2.5

(4 Reviews of nView)

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Mystery-Tramp
Mystery-Tramp
Mar 29 2009
1.0.6
4.0
Mar 29 2009
4.0
Version: 1.0.6
This is not a high-powered app and shouldn't be judged like one. It opens text files with tabular data and displays it. It can sort the data and you can search for strings inside the data. Fairly rudimentary, but it does its job fairly well. I've been impressed with other Limit-Point utilities, and it's definitely neat to see the donation paying off as well as it does. mt
Bytesmiths
Bytesmiths
Dec 3 2007
1.0.5
1.0
Dec 3 2007
1.0
Version: 1.0.5
I can't get it to read files from Readerware. It keeps saying "I suggest trying another text encoding," but I'm sure it's a UTF-8 file, and I'm not about to go down the list, trying encodings from Arabic to Zulu to see which works. In addition, when I first got this message, I tried the prefs to read a TAB file, but it froze on me. The notion of an arbitrary donation amount is admirable. I might send the developer $1 out of sympathy and encouragement. Needs work.
Ibendahl
Ibendahl
May 19 2006
1.0.2
4.0
May 19 2006
4.0
Version: 1.0.2
The product has potential but there are two factors that limit its usefullness. First, I just can't copy and paste tab or comma separated data into the window. It appears I must have a text file to drag into the window. Second, I can't copy anything out of the program for use with another program.
Coolfactor
Coolfactor
Apr 27 2006
1.0.1
0.0
Apr 27 2006
0.0
Version: 1.0.1
To the developer: Please adhere to the user interface standards of OS X. You should use a standard toolbar along the top of your window, and you don't need a separate Preferences button, although it could be a toolbar button. Having it listed in the application menu is important, though.
Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
Jul 13 2022
1.1.1
1.0
Jul 13 2022
1.0
Version: 1.1.1
Mystery-Tramp
Mystery-Tramp
Mar 29 2009
4.0
Mar 29 2009
4.0
Version: null
Bytesmiths
Bytesmiths
Dec 3 2007
1.0
Dec 3 2007
1.0
Version: null
Ibendahl
Ibendahl
May 19 2006
4.0
May 19 2006
4.0
Version: null