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What's new in this version:

Typinator 8.11
- Support for PHP scripts on Monterey
- If PHP is not installed on macOS, Typinator displays installation instructions
- Expansions are enabled in Citrix viewer again
- Improved script invocations via /usr/bin/env for Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby
- Typinator now makes its internal variables available as environment variables for all script languages
- The diagnostics report now contains information about the computer model, processor and available scripts languages
- Information about the “start at login” setting in the diagnostics report
- Fixes a cursor positioning problem in Messages on macOS Big Sur and Monterey


Typinator 8.10.1
- Lower position of the Quick Search field avoids conflict with the notch on the latest MacBooks
- Extended checks for "related processes" in the diagnostics report


Typinator 8.10
- Typinator now disables itself in Citrix Viewer
- Typinator is now built with the latest compiler and libraries of Xcode 13.0
- Improved expansion of short text fragments in Messages
- Magic keys now work in the text fields of the Quick Define (“New item from…”) window
- Works around an expansion problem in Joplin's rich text editor
- Fixes a problem where new abbreviations added via AppleScript or JavaScript were recognized only after manually opening the Typinator window
- Fixes an expansion problem in Anki V2


Typinator 8.9
- Typinator 8.9 is ready for macOS Monterey
- Typinator now works with the “Kingfisher 3” input sources for Japanese
- Possibility to explicitly specify the language version (2 or 3) for inline Python scripts
- When opening Typinator, the window appears on the currently active screen
- Updated built-in version of the “Product Names” set
- Improved clipboard-based insertion of plain text expansions
- Fixes an expansion problem in the Brief EnCounter 4D application
- Fixes an issue with gesture scrolling in the set list
- Works around expansion and cursor positioning issues in Edison Mail
- Works around a cursor positioning issue in Obsidian


Typinator 8.8
- Preference options for expanding abbreviations in LaunchBar's input window and Alfred's search field
- Tooltips show more of truncated expansions in the Quick Search result list
- Typinator now works in Parallels
- Improved import of ACL files from Microsoft Office
- Improved internal configuration for fine-tuning the backspace timing
- Typinator can now import and convert CSV files containing exported TextExpander snippet groups
- The diagnostics report now contains more detailed information about applications that may interfere with Typinator
- Improved compatibility with latest versions of Microsoft's Edge browser
- Works around an expansion problem in ClipGrab
- Works around a problem on Big Sur, where the file name's extension in the Export panel was not updated after selecting a different export format
- Fixes a problem in the German localization, where the preferences option to show/hide the window upon launch was missing
- Works around an expansion problem in Anki
- Works around a problem that caused omitted characters in certain short plain text expansions in Postbox
- Fixes a bug in the template code for Swift in inline scripts
- Fixes a problem with incorrect decimal separators in the built-in calculator
- Improves reliability of expansions in Telegram and Telegram Lite
- Typinator disables itself the KeyPad application, where sending expansions to the attached device does not work
- Typinator disables itself in Zoom, where expansions cannot be sent to remote computers


Typinator 8.7
- Typinator now requires OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or newer
- Clear buttons for the keyboard shortcuts in Typinator's preferences
- Typinator is now built with the latest compiler and libraries for Big Sur
- The Typinator window now automatically reopens after it was temporarily closed during processing of an input form
- Improved reliability of expansions in Apple Mail
- Updated built-in version of the “Product Names” set
- When Menu Eclipse is active, the Quick Search field now appears below the menu bar
- Updated internal tools (such as the built-in installer)
- Improved handling of column width changes in the abbreviation list when the Typinator window is resized
- Wider search field in the Typinator window's toolbar
- The toolbar can no longer be shown as “Text Only” when it contains the search field

Fixed:
- a cosmetic alignment issue with some items in the Preferences window
- problems with expansions and cursor positioning in Messages on Big Sur
- a cosmetic alignment issue in the keystroke marker assistant
- a problem in Mojave and Catalina where a white “T” icon was displayed in dark mode instead of the special status icons in the toolbar (e.g., for situations in which Typinator is disabled)
- a problem with expansions in Spark, where certain spaces were omitted in the result
- Works around a problem with MS Word, where Word did not recognize the restored clipboard in certain cases


Typinator 8.6
- User interface and compatibility improvements for macOS Big Sur
- When a Quick Search for PopChar characters has no matches, Typinator now correctly displays "no match" instead of similar results from sets
- Updated built-in version of the "Product Names" set
- Support for system-wide licenses
- Improved visibility of the "T" menu bar icon when the menu is displayed
- Fixes a problem where strike-through items were not ignored in subscribed regular expression sets
- Fixes a cosmetic issue where a light version of the Typinator icon was displayed in a light menu bar in Big Sur
- Works around an expansion problem with extra spaces in Messages on Big Sur


Typinator 8.5
- Typinator is now ready for Big Sur
- Typinator now supports direct editing of tables in formatted text expansions
- Typinator correctly disables itself in Splashtop Business
- Typinator correctly disables itself in Parallels Client
- Improved visibility of the Typinator icon in the translucent menu bar of Big Sur
- The diagnostics report now also contains information about keyboard changes
- Improved compatibility with CopyPaste Pro
- Fixes a crash when the built-in Repeat function was applied to an empty string
- New version of the built-in “ExternalIP” script
- Fixes an incorrect replacement in TidBITS AutoCorrections


Typinator 8.4.1
- Fixes a problem in the German localization, where the Typinator window could be resized too small


Typinator 8.4
- Typinator correctly disables itself in Remotix
- Tooltips for the statistics header items in the list of abbreviations
- Improved message better explains when a new license is needed after a beta test
- Improved internal management of pause/resume feedback sounds
- Improved handling of setups with multiple keyboards
- Typinator correctly disables itself in VMware Horizon Client
- Fixes a problem in the input field assistant with field labels that begin or end with space characters
- Works around a problem in some web browsers (such as Chrome), when the expansion started with the same characters as the abbreviation
- Works around a bug in Spark that resulted in failure of certain expansions (such as expansions with multiple lines)
- Fixes a problem where the expansion type was not correctly updated in the mini menubar


Typinator 8.3
- Typinator now supports the Shuangpin input methods for Chinese
- Improved detection of potential conflicts in the diagnostics report
- The Typinator application is now signed and notarized with a secure timestamp
- Typinator now remembers and restores the width of the abbreviation column
- Profiling for certain internal optimizations
- Faster Quick Search in cases where many picture expansions match the search criteria
- If a picture expansion has a description, the description is shown instead of the picture in Quick Search
- Improved internal handling of changes to the kind (plain/formatted/picture) of an expansion
- Fixes an expansion problem in Wordfast Pro
- Fixes a problem where the columns in the abbreviation table could not be resized
- Works around a rare crash when sorting abbreviations
- Manually exporting a set as a “publication file” now always correctly sets the publication date to the current date
- Works around a problem with Catalina's automatic dark mode, where Typinator's menu icon was not correctly updated after an automatic light/dark change
- Fixes a problem where pictures were cut off or blank in the Quick Search results


Typinator 8.2
- Compatible with macOS Catalina
- When unregistered, Typinator no longer tries to use a legacy license from old preferences
- The distribution disk image is now notarized and can be mounted on macOS Catalina
- The built-in installer's localization settings have been updated to ensure compatibility with future versions of macOS
- Faster Quick Search, especially the first time after launching Typinator and when many items match the search term
- Works around a problem on some keyboards, where the ⌘= keyboard shortcut did not work
- Improved reliability of certain file operations with files that were specified by local paths
- Fixes a problem in the built-in installer, which could not register the installed application with the Finder in certain circumstances
- Fixes a problem that caused the built-in installer to stall on macOS Catalina, even though the actual installation succeeded
- Works around an expansion problem in Jump Desktop
- Fixes an issue in LICEcap, where abbreviations were not completely deleted in the “Save As” field when starting a new recording


Typinator 8.1
- Typinator now works with text entered via the built-in Accessibility Keyboard of macOS
- Clarified explanation for beta tests when the final version may require a license update
- In the expansion field, the clipboard can be pasted as plain text with ⇧⌘V or ⌥⇧⌘V
- Increased the maximum zoom factor of the expansion field to 250%
- Fixes insertion of the cursor position marker {^} with ⌘=, which did not work in version 8.0
- Removes the shortcut for “Text from Clipboard” in the {…} menu, which created a conflict with pasting as plain text
- Fixes a cosmetic issue with truncated header items in the abbreviation list
- Fixes a problem in dark mode, where description fields in input forms were not readable
- Fixes an issue with a truncated field label when a regular expression was selected at startup
- Fixes a compatibility problem with the mini menu bar on Mountain Lion
Typinator 8.0.1
- Fixes an incompatibility with system versions 10.8 to 10.10 (Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite)


Typinator 8.0

- New “statistics mode” shows how often abbreviations have been used and when they were used most recently
- “Magic keys”: Short presses of modifier keys (⌃⇧⌥⌘) can now be used as parts of abbreviations, as if they were real characters
- Reorganized editing of expansions in the Typinator window with embedded graphical menu bar and larger expansion area
- The contents of the expansion field can now be zoomed
- New technique for specifying the language to be used for date elements (day and month names) now supports multiple languages in the same expansion
- It is now possible to specify the time zone to be used for date and time markers
- Integration with PopChar: When PopChar 8.2 or newer is installed, Typinator's Quick Search can find and insert Unicode characters by name or number
- In the list of Quick Search matches, the abbreviation column is now adjusted to the longest abbreviation
- The list of Quick Search matches now displays the actual picture for picture expansions
- Many built-in functions (Uppercase, Lowercase, Capital, Left, Right, Mid, Repeat, Choose, List, Any, Case, Replace, Regex, Extract) now maintain the text styles in formatted text
- Improved handling of the splitter between the lists and the expansion area
- Description texts in input forms now accept basic markdown formatting (currently supports bold, italic, and links)
- Typinator remembers the location of form windows separately for forms of different sizes
- In addition to the backspace key, the forward delete key can now also be used to clear hotkeys in Typinator's preferences
- Typinator's scripting vocabulary now includes statistical information (total number of expansions and corrections, saved keystrokes, average typing speed)
- The minimum system requirement has been increased to OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
- Removed the redundant Close button at the bottom of the Typinator window
- Typinator now disables itself for text typed in Alfred's search field
- Improved handling of situations where a copy of Typinator was already running when a new instance was launched
- The diagnostics report now contains information about the set folder path and all foreground and background processes
- Internal reorganization of localizations ensures compatibility with future versions of macOS
- Internal cleanup of legacy techniques that are no longer needed or supported
- Typinator now asks for permission when running a script that reads or writes contact information
- Compatibility with Microsoft's Edge browser
- Updated listing of non-standard settings in the diagnostics report
- Improved handling of cases when subscriptions could not be updated
- Localized messages for subscription checks
- Although the Notes field of subscribed sets is read-only, it is now possible to select text and copy it to the clipboard
- In the expansion field, the key combination shift-tab can be used to decrease indentation of list items in formatted text
- Fixes a cosmetic issue with the automatic scroll bar in the expansion field
- Fixes a problem with multi-line text fields in input forms, where some form fields were not large enough for the specified number of lines
- Works around a problem with import of snippet files from recent versions of TextExpander
- Fixes a cursor positioning issue in the Brave Browser
- Improved internal checks to detect and avoid certain critical conditions
- Fixes a problem with overlapping items in the About window
- Works around cursor positioning issues in Typora and Front
- Works around a layout problem after changing screen resolutions
- Fixes incompatibilities with Catalina


Typinator 7.9

- Improved visibility of Typinator's menu bar icon in Dark Mode
- Improved support for update checks in intermediate beta versions
- Cleaned up unused 32-bit code in the built-in installer
- The message about conflicting abbreviations now also includes part of the expansion
- Typinator now takes mixed line separators into account when importing text files
- In the “Quick Define” window, existing abbreviations can be replaced with new expansions by pressing the command key (now also works with command+enter)
- The diagnostics report now contains information about related processes, which may cooperate or interfere with Typinator
- Extended system information in the diagnostics report
- New version of the predefined “DOuble CAps Exceptions” set includes GHz and MHz
- Updated built-in versions of the English and TidBITS auto-correction sets as well as the Product Names set
- The diagnostics report now lists processes that have requested secure input
- Detection of multi-line text fields in input forms has been made more reliable in certain corner cases
- Script environment variables are now correctly set for inline script invocations
- Works around a problem with clipboard-based expansions in Nisus Writer when custom menu shortcuts with multiple keys are defined
- The menu bar icon's pull-down menu now has the correct appearance in Dark Mode
- Works around a problem with temporary folders that caused installations and updates to fail in certain circumstances
- Fixes a problem with incorrect invocations of the built-in Case function
- Fixes an issue with expansions and cursor positioning in Script Debugger
- Fixes typos in French and German translations
- Fixes a problem with special keys (like {tab} and {return}) when the caps lock key was down
- Fixes a problem where Typinator could enter pause mode when processing certain incorrectly formed input fields
- Fixes an issue with cursor positioning in Slack
- Fixes a problem where clicks on the triangle next to the “T” icon in the menu bar activated the Typinator window before opening the menu
- Works around a rare issue with Typinator's built-in crash protection
- Fixes a crash during certain clean-up tasks
- Works around expansion problems in Typora
- Fixes an expansion problem with legacy versions of Notebooks


Typinator 7.8
- Typinator is now distributed as an Apple-notarized application
- Plain text and HTML expansions now adopt Mojave's Dark Mode
- Typinator's menu bar icon now uses the correct accent color when clicked
- The vertical alignment of the menu bar icon now matches that of other icons
- Info lines in contact mail and diagnostics report contain information about the system language and Dark Mode
- Improved compatibility with the Vivaldi web browser
- Typinator correctly disables itself when Microsoft Remote Desktop 10 is active
- Plain text in the expansion field of the “New Item…” window uses Mojave's Dark Mode
- Improved compatibility with the Maxthon web browser
- Clearer warning message when deleting abbreviations and regular expressions
- Import from TextExpander now also imports the description
- New version of the built-in “DOuble CAps Exceptions” set resolves a conflict with the “Product Names” set
- New initial versions of some subscription sets
- Improved detection of clicks on the triangle next to Typinator's menu bar icon
- Improved scrolling and clipping in the expansion field
- Fixes readability of selected quick search results on Mojave
- Fixes an internal inconsistency in the handling of expansions in Citrix
- Fixes an error in the handling of escaped control characters (n, r, t) in certain built-in functions
- Fixes a cosmetic issue with horizontal gesture scrolling in the “New Item” window
- Fixes a problem that resulted in lost keystrokes when an input form with text fields was used in certain applications


Typinator 7.6
- Version checks can now be suppressed in full-screen mode (e.g., during a Keynote presentation)
- Built-in helper applications are now 64-bit to support the next version of macOS
- Internal cleanup and optimization
- Clearer log entries for cases when expansions were cancelled
- Search results are no longer cleared when moving abbreviations from one set to another
- Improved processing of nested expansions
- The license key field is now initially selected when the Registration window opens
- Improved handling of capture groups in regular expressions (especially when combined with nested expansions)
- Fixes an expansion issue in FreeChat
- Fixes a potential crash when the return key was quickly pressed twice to confirm a selected pop-up item in an interactive form
- Works around an expansion problem in the non-App Store version of WhatsApp Desktop
- Works around an expansion problem in Front
- Works around cursor positioning problems in RStudio
- Fixes a confusing message in the preferences window when Typinator has not yet checked for available updates
- Fixes a rare error that caused deletion of duplicate abbreviations when a copy with similar contents was removed
- Fixes a memory leak when accessing the name of the current time zone
- Works around an issue where the form window did not accept keyboard input
- Fixes an issue where included items were sometimes not listed in alphabetical order in the {…} pop-up
- Works around a cursor positioning problem in Airmail


Typinator 7.5
- Scripts can now access the expansion history
- Scripts can now check which text input caused the current expansion
- Scripts can access the terminator character that triggered a “whole word” abbreviation
- Scripts can cancel the currently processed expansion
- Button to show or hide invisible characters in the expansion field
- The key combination shift+return inserts a line separator (instead of a line feed) in the expansion field
- After inserting a script invocation via the {…} pop-up, Typinator now selects the parameter placeholder
- “Smart” replacements and spell checking are now correctly disabled in the “Inline Script” assistant's source text editor
- Diagnostics report contains more detailed information about crash behavior
- When a script in an expansion triggers another expansion, the initial expansion is completed before the second expansion
- Improved technique for recovering from certain memory-related crashes in High Sierra
- Repeated execution of precompiled scripts (“scpt” files) is now faster
- Within the same Typinator session, precompiled AppleScripts now retain their properties
- During manual update of subscriptions, the progress report now scrolls automatically, so that the most recent entries are always visible
- Updated versions of some predefined subscription sets (TidBITS AutoCorrection and Product Names)
- Fixes an issue in the CSV export that produced empty lines in multi-line expansions
- Fixes a misplaced list of Quick Search matches in certain multi-monitor configurations
- Fixes a crash when importing sets in the tyset-rep, txt-rep or csv-rep file formats
- Fixes an issue with semicolons in input fields with variable assignments
- Works around limitations of SoftMaker products (TextMaker, PlanMaker, and Presentations), where Typinator's quick expansion technique did not work
- Typinator avoids conflicts with the Boshiamy input method by disabling itself when this method is active
- Works around an expansion problem with certain special characters in WhatsApp Desktop
- The “whole word” checkbox is now correctly disabled in subscribed sets
- Fixes a crash after updating multiple subscriptions


Typinator 7.4
- Unlimited Quick Search results in scrollable list
- Typinator now works with text entered via Keyboard Viewer
- Newly added sets are now inserted directly below the selected set, if possible
- The diagnostics report now contains information about non-standard settings
- Internal cleanup based on application types that are no longer possible
- Improved suggestions for AutoCorrections in the “New Item” window
- The list of Quick Search matches now uses a slightly larger font, which makes the items easier to read
- Improved logging of certain exceptional cases
- Additional information during installation clarifies the situation when a newer version is not covered by the current license
- Typinator now uses the selected device for sound effects for feedback sounds and no longer uses a separate volume control for sounds
- Improved handling of line breaks in clipboard contents when expanding {clip} markers
- Extended diagnostics report with information about active time and previous crashes
- Improved appearance of abbreviations with prefixes and suffixes in Quick Search matches
- Fixes an update problem when a previous version of Typinator was installed in a folder that no longer exists
- Works around a problem that resulted in multiple expansions in certain border cases
- Fixes a problem where the {clip} marker produced the result of the previous expansion when two abbreviations were typed in quick succession
- Fixes a memory leak when combo fields (alternatives with free text) are confirmed with the enter key
- Avoids creation of “bookmarks” when Typinator performs a clipboard-based expansion in MS Word
- Subscribed sets are no longer shown as target sets in the “New Item” window
- Fixes an issue where the header “ABBREVIATIONS” was initially shown as the target set in the “New Item” window
- Works around a potential crash when importing snippets from aText
- Fixes an error in the English User's Guide, which contained the French search terms for finding the most recent abbreviations
- Typinator no longer installs the StockQuotes script, since the service is no longer supported
- Improved calculation of the typing speed
- Fixes a problem with keystroke markers that contain the return key with modifiers, such as {key:⌘↩}
- C-style comments (starting with //) are no longer suppressed in headings and description fields of input forms
- Fixes a problem with confirmation of characters when CJK input methods were used in interactive forms
- Works around a bug in BlueGriffon that caused BlueGriffon to crash when Typinator expanded an abbreviation in sheet windows
- Fixes a problem where expansions did not work after changing the keyboard input source while filling an interactive form
- Internal options for fine-tuning application-specific delays during expansions
- Works around a problem with the “Please wait…” and “Pasting…” messages of Microsoft OneNote, which slow down clipboard-based expansions
- Works around a cursor positioning problem in Trello
- Fixes a problem where certain expansions with header fields in input forms failed
- Fixes a cosmetic issue with updates on High Sierra, where the download progress window remained on the screen for too long
- Fixes incorrect information about the last version check, which sometimes was not updated correctly
- Improves the technique for restoration of MS Word clipboard items
- Fixes a problem where certain feedback sounds did not work on some audio devices
- Fixes feedback sounds that did not play when certain expansions were triggered from Quick Search
- Works around a bug in High Sierra that occasionally crashes Typinator for some users
- Fixes a problem where empty default values were not correctly handled in certain input fields
- Works around an issue where input fields did not work correctly when the label ended with a period


Typinator 7.3
- Typinator can now import text substitution files exported from System Preferences/Keyboard/Text
- Typinator can now add and edit links in formatted text expansions
- Access to Typinator's variables via AppleScript
- New marker for the offset from UTC in the format +hh:mm
- In a Formatted Text expansion, the built-in DecodeHTML function now produces formatted text from the HTML description
- Typinator remembers the spell checking options (check while typing, grammar check, automatic correction) separately for plain text, formatted text and HTML expansions
- Faster updates of the sets after changing the sets folder
- Internal optimization speeds up background activities and reduces memory allocation
- Internal cleanup reduces memory footprint of Typinator
- Date and time information in the diagnostics report now uses the local time zone instead of UTC
- The diagnostics report now contains information about the length of expansions and internal optimization
- New expansion technique avoids dropped keystrokes in certain borderline cases and results in slightly faster expansions
- When Typinator is not registered with a license key, the message at the top of the window now tells what to do
- Diagnostics report includes information about “quick expansion” settings
- The download link in the “Predefined Sets” sheet now points directly to the Typinator Snippets section on the Extras page
- Improved clipboard restoration technique avoids cases where command+V immediately after an expansion pasted the expansion again instead of the previous clipboard
- Subscriptions are now checked only during periods of inactivity
- Typinator now decodes HTML expansions nested in formatted or plain text expansions
- Preferences for smart substitution and spell checking options are now saved immediately
- Fixes a problem where the find panel did not work in the expansion field because all the buttons were disabled
- Works around a cursor positioning issue in Microsoft Outlook 2016
- Works around a rare crash when checking for a newer version
- Fixes and clarifications in the built-in help page on Regular Expressions
- Fixes an expansion problem in Reaper, where the typed abbreviation was not completely deleted
- Fixes a problem with a confusing version alert when there was a problem with the network connection
- Works around an expansion issue in Microsoft OneNote, which resulted in dropped line breaks
- Fixes a problem that resulted in empty expansions in rare cases
- Fixes a layout problem in the German localization, which resulted in a narrow editable part of the expansion field
- Corrects an error in the German AutoKorrektur set
- Fixes a problem with certain CJK input methods, when the abbreviation and expansion started with the same letters
- Improves handling of clipboard-based expansions in certain applications with special requirements
- Works around a problem that resulted in truncated or overlapping user interface elements
- Works around a cursor positioning problem in VS Code
- Works around an expansion problem in Bomgar
- Fixes a problem where the “What does this symbol mean?” menu command could not show an explanation for secure input mode
- Works around an expansion problem in FoldingText
- Fixes a vocabulary conflict in certain AppleScripts (such as the Convert script)
- Works around a cursor positioning issue with the VSCodeVim extension in VS Code
- Fixes a crash in certain cases where Typinator incorrectly detected and repeatedly handled nested abbreviations
- Fixes a problem where keystrokes did not work in certain situations in Typinator's save/open dialog windows
- Works around a cursor positioning problem in Ship


Typinator 7.2
- Typinator can now perform remote expansions in Citrix
- Typinator now supports the AppleScript commands “move” and “duplicate” for moving and copying rules
- Faster expansion in many situations
- Improved timing and context validation when restoring saved clipboard contents
- New technique for fine-grained adaptations to applications that need special handling of expansions
- Improved reliability of quick expansions in certain cases
- The diagnostics report now also contains timing information
- The “Start at Login” option is now turned on by default when Typinator is installed on a computer for the first time
- When secure input mode is already enabled when Typinator starts up, Typinator correctly reports that this was caused by an unknown application
- Updated versions of built-in AutoCorrection and Product Names sets
- Works around an issue where Outlook inserted “smart” spaces in expansions
- Fixes an expansion issue with Firefox on macOS Sierra
- Fixes an update error after editing an abbreviation
- Typinator now correctly disables itself in LogMeIn
- Works around an expansion problem in Final Draft
- Fixes a cursor positioning issue in Visual Studio Code
- Fixes a problem where parts of quick expansions were dropped
- Fixes a problem in Twitter's message box in web browsers, where Typinator deleted too many characters
- Fixes a problem with simulated keystrokes for keys on the numeric keypad
- Fixes a problem that caused export of sets as publications to fail in certain cases
- Works around a potential issue in the handling of formatted text expansions
- Fixes an expansion problem in Safari on older versions of macOS
- Works around a conflict with the built-in text replacements of macOS
- Works around an issue that caused insertion of the clipboard instead of the expansion in some web browsers
- Works around an issue with international keyboards that prevented usage of certain key combinations as hotkeys


Typinator 7.1
- When an input form is open, it is now possible to temporarily switch to other windows, for example to copy/paste text into form fields.
- New “quick search” AppleScript command.
- The home and end keys now jump to the first and last items in lists.
- Typinator now ignores the “backspace before expansion” marker that was used in previous versions of Typinator.
- Improved display of expansions in the Quick Search results.
- Reduces network traffic caused by subscription checks.
- Typinator now automatically detects and cleans up duplicates of subscriptions.
- Improved handling of conflicts between sets shared via Dropbox.
- Works around a conflict with “smart” cut and paste in Tex-Edit Plus, where spaces were inserted in certain expansions.
- The diagnostics report now contains additional information about internal optimization.
- Works around a rare crash when opening the User's Guide from within Typinator.
- Fixes a problem where a pop-up choice with an empty text result was not suggested as the default value at the next invocation.
- Works around an expansion problem with the Vim plug-in in Visual Studio Code.
- Fixes an expansion problem in the mail address field of MailMate.
- Fixes a problem on macOS Sierra, which caused insertion of pictures from the Includes folder to fail.
- Works around a problem that caused incorrect behavior of formatting keystrokes in long plain text expansions for certain target applications.
- Works around a bug in LibreOffice, which fails to pick up Typinator's expansions from the clipboard.
- Works around an issue with leftover abbreviation characters in Coda.

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