Amelita
Amelita
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Amelita free download for Mac

Amelita for Mac1.0.3

23 April 2016

Includes features from a variety of contextual menus.

What is Amelita for Mac

Amelita is a menu-bar app consisting of many utilities whose features are listed below. The features of this app are mostly a consolidation of the features in our various contextual menus wriiten for earlier versions of Mac OS, but no longer supported on OS X 10.6 and above. And some features are borrowed from our other apps. Note that features are contextual, and will display only if they are applicable. For example, "Copy Image or Movie Poster" will only display if the Finder selection contains at least one image or movie file. "Set Icons From Clipboard" will display only if the clipboard has an image on it. And "Add Senders to Address Book" will display when the frontmost app is Mail and it has a message selection.

Finally, although some features can be performed in other ways (i.e., "manually"), occasionally the objective is to simplify it. Even if a multi-step repetitive process can be shortened by one step, a workflow can be significantly more productive.

  • Copy the graphic image or movie poster frame of a selected item in the Finder to the clipboard
  • Show movie info for each selected item, if available
  • Set icons of selected items in the Finder from the clipboard image
  • Overlay the scaled clipboard image on the icons of selected items in the Finder, like a stamp. Note that you can copy file icons to the clipboard using the Finder's contextual menu
  • Add favicon (or "shortcut icon") to selected Web location items in the Finder
  • Remove custom icons of selected items in the Finder
  • Create images of the icons of one or more selected Finder items. The generated size is always 512x512
  • Apply the selected operation to the filenames of the Finder selection. Note that these operations are undoable by this app. Functions: lowercase, uppercase and capitalize names, hide/show/toggle extensions and prepend, append clipboard to names, set name to clipboard
  • Email the selected Finder items in Mail (creates a Mail message with selected files as attachments)
  • Combine selected files into a PDF, autoconvertng files if necessary
  • Show word completions of clipboard text (using the OS X spell-checking system)
  • Add the senders of selected messages in Mail to a new group in Address Book. The group name is of form "Amelita [current date-time]"
  • This items has a submenu for performing operations on the desktop picture. It not only sets the desktop to a selected image, but van reveal the current picture in the Finder, remember the last picture set and restore it, and keep a record of all "recent" desktop pictures for setting them again
  • Copy the title of the selected browser and paste it into the front app's active text insertion point (supported browsers: Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Camino, OmniWeb, Opera, and Flock)

What's new in Amelita

Version 1.0.3:
  • Maintenance update

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Vitaly
Vitaly
Jan 7 2014
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Jan 7 2014
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on their site it says free even in mac app store. but in the store it says 19.99. tried to contact them, no response. personally, i only need the add favicon function (to replace the great but defunct faviconic)
Cyann
Cyann
Sep 11 2012
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I'll still not rate this app, but there is a lot of work to do. Just try to combine PDF files, it takes to much time, and it converts 20Mo files into a 157Mo file. At least it should be the same size.
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  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

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