What’s New in SnippetsLab 1.6¶
Apr 16, 2016
Alfred Custom Search. Start searching for snippets right from Alfred and view all search results in SnippetsLab.
Alfred Workflow. For Alfred Powerpack users only: Start searching and view the results right in Alfred, open them in SnippetsLab, copy to clipboard or even directly paste to the frontmost app.
Snippet and Fragment Deep Links. Quickly jump to another snippet or fragment by clicking a deep link, from anywhere–even when SnippetsLab is not running.
Open and view multiple snippets in individual windows.
Swipe left to delete a snippet in the main app.
Swipe left to reveal more options in the SnippetsLab Assistant.
Find snippets by creation & modification dates using Smart Groups.
Edit gist’s title before publishing to GitHub.
Automatically highlight matching braces and brackets.
Automatically restore scroll position and selection when navigating through folders/snippets.
Display over other fullscreen apps when the app’s Dock icon is hidden.
Updated the Swift syntax highlighter to support the latest language features.
Fixed a bug that may cause the search filter menu not to appear when using SnippetsLab Assistant.
Fixed a bug that may cause SnippetsLab Assistant to be positioned outside the screen in some cases.
Fixed a bug that will prevent user from removing the description when publishing a snippet as gist.
What's New in SnippetsLab 1.6.1
May 9, 2016
Minor bug fixes and UI improvements.
What's New in SnippetsLab 1.6.2
Oct 13, 2016
Fixed several compatibility issues with macOS Sierra.
What's New in SnippetsLab 1.6.3
Oct 18, 2016
Fixed a bug that may cause abnormal memory usage for some users.
What's New in SnippetsLab 1.6.4
Nov 2, 2016
Various bug fixes.
What's New in SnippetsLab 1.6.6
Sep 30, 2017
Compatibility updates for macOS High Sierra.
We hope you enjoy the update. If SnippetsLab has been helpful, please consider leaving a review on the Mac App Store to share your experience with others. Thank you!