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How to Single Click Copy in macOS

Quickly copy text with one click! Static Copy provides a user adjustable list of text, where any text can be copied either from the app's main window or the embedded menu bar. Need to hide text characters? Use the masking button to quickly obscure any text from view. Reorder text entries in whatever order is needed.

That Text for macOS

Static Copy App Info for macOS
Features:
-Create as many text entries as needed in list.
-One-click copying of text.
-Masking of text characters, so the text cannot be seen.
-Dedicated menu bar list, where text can be copied by single click of text. This can be done when Static Copy app is not focused too!
-Ability to change order of text entries in list.

Instructions for use:
1.) Launch app.
2.) Click the + button in upper right corner.
3.) In the newly created text field, enter in whatever text is desired.
4.) Click the checkmark button to "copy" the text to the clipboard. Icon momentarily reacts.
5.) Click the mask button to change the text to secure characters.
6.) Click the trash button to delete any text entries.
7.) Click the Static Copy menu bar up by the macOS system date/time. Click a text entry to copy the text to the clipboard.
8.) Click the Reorder button in the Static Copy app's window, up by the + icon. Click & drag text entries to change their order.








Create Checklist in macOS

That Checklist App Info for macOS
VOYAGE....... This app will be your voyage to a new beginning. Create checklists with everyone's favorite "tree view". Expand and collapse your way to checklist nirvana. Enjoy the powerful yet simplistic features that That Checklist has to offer.

Features:
- Editable navigation items.
- Stellar tree view to organize complex checklists.
- Great looking checklists that can be indented to form parent/child structures.

Instructions for App Operation:
1.) Launch app.
2.) Create a new Navigation Item by clicking " + " button.
3.) Type in a name for the Navigation Item.
4.) Click the newly create Navigation Item. A new view will load in the main view.
5.) Click the " + " button in the upper right corner.
6.) Enter in a name for the Tree Item.
7.) Click the " + " button next to the newly created Tree Item. This will automatically create a new Checklist Item.
8.) Enter in a text for the Checklist Item.
9.) Check the checkbox for the Checklist Item to mark the item complete.
10.) Use arrows to the right of the Checklist Item to shift the Checklist Item left/right. This allows for the appearance of parent/child visual.
11.) Click the trash can button to the right of the Checklist Item to remove the Checklist Item.
12.) Click the Reorder button in the toolbar to reorder the Tree Items.
13.) Right click any Checklist Item for context commands.
14.) Right click any Tree Item for context commands.
15.) Right click any Navigation Item for context commands.

Use Examples:
-Verify the packing of camping supplies.
-Create to do lists for chores.
-List out your reminders.
-Document completion of work tasks.








Create Checklist in Windows

That Checklist App Info for Windows
VOYAGE....... This app will be your voyage to a new beginning. Create checklists with everyone's favorite "tree view". Expand and collapse your way to checklist nirvana. Enjoy the powerful yet simplistic features that That Checklist has to offer.

Features:
- Editable navigation items.
- Stellar tree view to organize complex checklists.
- Great looking checklists that can be indented to form parent/child structures.

Instructions for App Operation:
1.) Launch app.
2.) Create a new Navigation Item by clicking " + " button.
3.) Type in a name for the Navigation Item.
4.) Click the newly create Navigation Item. A new view will load in the main view.
5.) Click the " + " button in the upper right corner.
6.) Enter in a name for the Tree Item.
7.) Click the " + " button next to the newly created Tree Item. This will automatically create a new Checklist Item.
8.) Enter in a text for the Checklist Item.
9.) Check the checkbox for the Checklist Item to mark the item complete.
10.) Use arrows to the right of the Checklist Item to shift the Checklist Item left/right. This allows for the appearance of parent/child visual.
11.) Click the trash can button to the right of the Checklist Item to remove the Checklist Item.
12.) Click the Reorder button in the toolbar to reorder the Tree Items.
13.) Right click any Checklist Item for context commands.
14.) Right click any Tree Item for context commands.
15.) Right click any Navigation Item for context commands.

Use Examples:
-Verify the packing of camping supplies.
-Create to do lists for chores.
-List out your reminders.
-Document completion of work tasks.








That Text for macOS in Development

Currently working on a macOS app called "That Text". This app will be used for documenting information in text form. The purpose of this app is to allow a clean navigable UI that presents text based data in an easy to consume and update format.

That Text for macOS

That Checklist for macOS


That Checklist App Info for macOS
That Checklist is a simple checklist creator app. Organize checklists with great efficiency using dedicated navigation items and tree-views.

Instructions for app use:
1.) Launch app.
2.) Create a new Navigation Item by clicking " + " button.
3.) Type in a name for the Navigation Item.
4.) Click the newly create Navigation Item. A new view will load in the main view.
5.) Click the " + " button in the upper right corner.
6.) Enter in a name for the Tree Item.
7.) Click the " + " button next to the newly created Tree Item. This will automatically create a new Checklist Item.
8.) Enter in a text for the Checklist Item.
9.) Check the checkbox for the Checklist Item to mark the item complete.
10.) Use arrows to the right of the Checklist Item to shift the Checklist Item left/right.
11.) Click the " - " button to the right of the Checklist Item to remove the Checklist Item.
12.) Click the Reorder button in the toolbar to reorder the Tree Items.
13.) Right click any Checklist Item for context commands.
14.) Right click any Tree Item for context commands.
15.) Right click any Navigation Item for context commands.