Todos
Todos 1.5
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Todos ... Sometimes you just don't want to take time going to your Applications folder or searching around your hard drive. Just click a quick hotkey (Command-Option-Control-T) and Todos will simply appear. Todos' job is simple. Todos doesn't do more than it says. Like its definition in Spanish, Todos will show you everything. Todos shows you all your applications in a complete dock. All of us have a plethora of programs and the Apple dock just can't fit them all. Don't worry. Bring Todos up when you need to get to any of your apps. Click any application in Todos and it will instantly launch.
What's New
Version 1.5:
  • Added command-clicking of an application to keep Todos active and in front.
  • Simply clicking an icon opens application and Todos fades away.
  • Added option-clicking of an application to remove it and block it from being displayed in Todos.
  • Changed window to have a default transparency of 90%.
  • When inactive Todos window fades to 75% transparency.
  • Currently running app icons are stroked in green.
  • Corrected a rescan bug.
  • Added larger icon view and altered textual display (large text for app name and small text for path) for sel
  • ected app.
  • Flipped screen co-ords to start displaying from the top instead of the bottom.
  • Made window draggable.
  • Small box drawn around selected icon.
  • Icons sorted by directory then app name.
  • Added ~/Applications and ~/Desktop to default scanning locations. Already had /Applications/ and /Developer/
  • Slightly modifed some of the scanning code.
  • Command-q now disabled.
  • Sparkle Integration for In-App new version checking and installation.
  • Improved window redraw speed for significant boost in performance and less cpu usage.
  • New preferences window added.
  • "Open Window" menu item now updates its parenthesis to the user selected hotkey
  • Added setting to change transparency.
  • Added sorting options.
  • Added ability to specify directories to search for applications.
  • Added ability to manage blocked apps within the preferences window.
  • Added ability to customize the hotkey.
  • Added ability to start Todos on login.
  • Minor bug fixes and improvements.
Version 1.5:
  • Added command-clicking of an application to keep Todos active and in front.
  • Simply clicking an icon opens application and Todos fades away.
  • Added option-clicking of an application to remove it and block it from being displayed in Todos.
  • Changed window to have a default transparency of 90%.
  • When inactive Todos window fades to 75% transparency. more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Todos User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Jeff55434 commented on 04 Sep 2006
Will somebody tell me what I'm missing? I start up Todos and the window pops up. I select any application and the application starts up but then the Todos window disappears and there is no way to bring it back up. First I tried to relaunch it but nothing happened. Then I checked the Activity Monitor and saw that it was still running. The only way to get the window back was to force quit and then relaunch.

This is either a major flaw which makes this app useless or I'm completely missing something, but there's no explanation in the docs either. I uninstalled this one and dragged it to the trash.
[Version 1.5]

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Dustin Bachrach (developer) replied on 06 Sep 2006
Here is how Todos works. The window is displayed on start. You can click an app to start it. Todos disappears after you open another app (thinking you are done with Todos, so it gets out of your way). If you want to launch multiple apps, you can hold command and click, this launches the app and keeps Todos up. To bring Todos back, click the customizable hotkey (Command-shift-control t). You can also go to the menubar, and click the Todos icon, and then Display window. All of this should be well documented in the read me file. I hope this helps.
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melissa3 commented on 20 Aug 2006
Love the app! Aesthetically pleasing, does exactly what it says and ya can't beat the price.

As much as I love my commands, to switch to the keyboard and then to the mouse to select an app I don't find all that convenient and with the command being 4 keys and use of only one hand, not all that quick... Wouldn't mind being able to click the app in the menubar and intstead of a drop-menu appearing, having the app open immediately and have a ctrl or option + click feature to access the menu items instead.

A new icon look in the menu would also be nice, not so dark, a lil cleaner.

Otherwise, love it! Thanks! :)
[Version 1.5]


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beta.lab reviewed on 28 Jul 2006
Great app, although personally I would like to see an option to run Todos in the Dock as my menu bar is already too cluttered.
[Version 1.5]


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rasterbator reviewed on 27 Jul 2006
This app is great, and the new feature to remove apps from the list is cool. Very stable. Would like to see more features in 1.6: Resizable Window and Resizable Icons would make this app a must have for any OS X user.
[Version 1.5]


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ncianca commented on 27 Jul 2006
Nifty idea. Really needs a way to remove apps that you don't want in there though and some better filtering as it also shows all the utility apps that might be found inside an application bundle and that's largely a useless use of real estate on the panel.
[Version 1.5]

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Dustin Bachrach (developer) replied on 27 Jul 2006
You can remove applications from Todos by option-clicking them. They will instantly disappear and never be shown again. You can undo this action in the preferences window in the ignore table.
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misterfox reviewed on 27 Jul 2006
Note: Also works on 10.3.9

Great app! Great looks too btw!
just one problem: everything goes unbelievably slow... The fading shocks, opening the prefs window takes several minutes... Everything takes a long time... But maybe that's just because i'm running it on 10.3.9...

Grtz
[Version 1.5]


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katabios commented on 24 Jul 2006
GULP!
[Version 1.0]


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modebndode rated on 13 Jan 2012

[Version 1.5]



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Lightning rated on 12 Dec 2010

[Version 1.5]


Downloads:12,162
Version Downloads:10,270
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:27 Jul 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Todos ... Sometimes you just don't want to take time going to your Applications folder or searching around your hard drive. Just click a quick hotkey (Command-Option-Control-T) and Todos will simply appear. Todos' job is simple. Todos doesn't do more than it says. Like its definition in Spanish, Todos will show you everything. Todos shows you all your applications in a complete dock. All of us have a plethora of programs and the Apple dock just can't fit them all. Don't worry. Bring Todos up when you need to get to any of your apps. Click any application in Todos and it will instantly launch. When you are done, just click the hotkey again and Todos is gone. Don't forget to stand back and wow at all those cool icons for all of your applications. OS X has beautiful icons, why not see them more?


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