Liquid | Flow
Liquid | Flow
23

4.0

Liquid | Flow free download for Mac

Liquid | Flow

23
25 July 2019

Integrated shortcuts for common daily tasks (was Liquid Flow).

Overview

With Liquid (was Liquid Flow), you flow through your work effortlessly and quickly by doing the things you need to do every way - looking up words, sharing information, translating, copying, calculating and converting. When you interact with your information through your computer smoothly, not in little bits and dribs and drabs, your work becomes liquid and you work in a new, more connected state, you flow.

Select text, type Cmd-Shift-2, and choose a command.

What's new in Liquid | Flow

Version 23:

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases. An in-app purchase allows you to upgrade to Liquid Pro, which adds translation and custom search functions.

  • Bug fixes.

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4 Liquid | Flow Reviews

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Maclover1-1
20 August 2014

Most helpful

5 STARS WHEN IT CAN BE INVOKED USING A KEYBOARD COMMAND. First click needs to be done on the toolbar icon unfortunately. But then it gets really simple: you just type in your desired text request (a website, a translation etc), press enter, and then press another two letters depending on the desired search type (they're like internal key commands so they will not conflict with existing ones and they are already set up and are pretty obvious.. SI for Search IMDB, SG for Search Google, SI for Search Google Images, RW for Reference Wikipedia etc I have not memorized them all but over time should be no biggie). VERY USEFUL TO DO WEB SEARCHES FOR ME, MUCH FASTER THAN DOING IT THE BROWSER.
Like (2)
Version 5.1
DragonMaster
30 July 2019
All of the Liquid apps are nothing short of remarkable! They should all be essential parts of the Mac OS.
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Version 23
june8
14 October 2018
Very usefull, but as mentioned earlier (in 2014), should be able to be invoked using a keyboard shortcut.
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Version 18
Maclover1-1
20 August 2014
5 STARS WHEN IT CAN BE INVOKED USING A KEYBOARD COMMAND. First click needs to be done on the toolbar icon unfortunately. But then it gets really simple: you just type in your desired text request (a website, a translation etc), press enter, and then press another two letters depending on the desired search type (they're like internal key commands so they will not conflict with existing ones and they are already set up and are pretty obvious.. SI for Search IMDB, SG for Search Google, SI for Search Google Images, RW for Reference Wikipedia etc I have not memorized them all but over time should be no biggie). VERY USEFUL TO DO WEB SEARCHES FOR ME, MUCH FASTER THAN DOING IT THE BROWSER.
Like (2)
Version 5.1
4 answer(s)
Shiny22
Shiny22
23 October 2014
Not noticed the Shift-Command-2 default command then? Or you can assign anyone you want in the SYstemPreferences...
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Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
23 October 2014
Thanks Shiny..
I wasn't clear I guess, I meant invoking the first window as to be able to type text in the field. I'm not always searching from a selected piece of text (which is what the Shift-Cmd-2 is for), most of the time I just want to type something directly in the field..

I tried mapping the "Liquid" menu item to a keyboard shortcut but it won't invoke the window (the command does show up next to the "Liquid" menu item though).
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Maclover1-1
Maclover1-1
23 October 2014
Great, now I updated to the latest version and Shift-Command-2 won't even work either LoL Maybe I need to reboot. Oh well.
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Balanchine
Balanchine
22 April 2015
I was sure there ought to be a way to get the empty Liquid window to pop up by using a Keyboard Maestro shortcut, but I can't get it to work. Double-clicking the Liquid app in the Applications folder does pop up the window, but setting up a shortcut in KM to switch to the app doesn't. Odd.

The way Liquid ought to work is that if you have no text selected in the foreground app, hitting the Liquid shortcut should popup the window with no text entered, ready for you to start typing a new query.

It's not a big deal, though, just a minor annoyance. Another annoyance is that right-clicking on some selected text did invoke a Liquid contextual menu when I first installed the app, but then stopped working after about 10 minutes.

Also, digging around in the app's package, I found a UNIX file called "Liquid | Info", which appears to be the heart of the app. Running it in Terminal threw up this complaint from OSX: "The function ‘CGContextErase’ is obsolete and will be removed in an upcoming update. Unfortunately, this application, or a library it uses, is using this obsolete function, and is thereby contributing to an overall degradation of system performance."
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neeklamy
07 September 2013
That's a really bad example in the screen shot. Here's how the conventional should read: 1. Right click on word 2. Select Look Up in Dictionary 3. Read Wikipedia or dictionary results 4 Click to dismiss
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Version 4.3
1 answer(s)
Jess-MacUpdate
Jess-MacUpdate
05 December 2013
Thanks for pointing that out, neeklamy. Perhaps you should tell the developer, though: the screenshots are taken from the Mac App Store.
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  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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