Did you remember my post about PhraseExpress and PhraseExpander? These software are running under Windows OS and they are very helpful automation software. But, what about in Linux? Does Linux have similar application?
Of course! Any superb Windows application always has its Linux version. They are not literally the same applications because mostly, they come from different developer and different “shape” (read: different user interface). But they are pretty helpful to habituate the newly migrated Windows user so that they fell “like at home”.
For the Linux version of PhraseExpress and PhraseExpander, we have Autokey. The basic concept is just the same: you create the most-used words/phrases list, assign the abbreviation text as a trigger, and done. Read the rest of this entry
If you are looking for an application that will make your daily typing easier, then you need to try PhraseExpander! PhraseExpander is easy to configure, easy to use, and has intuitive UI. The review of newer version with more screenshots (than I show you here), can be found here: http://www.phraseexpander.com/tour/phraseexpander-4-new-features/
Writing an article has never been easier before the era of auto-text software (some people call it as auto-complete or text expander software). But nowadays, people can write faster with auto-text applications which can reduce typing time. My last post was talking about PhraseExpress, a free and semi-pro auto-text application that would be very useful to help you in writing documents quickly. And today, I give you a review about PhraseExpander, a more professional auto-text application that will enhance your auto-texting experience.
PhraseExpander’s interface is looked like Ms. Office and it’s so easy to understand even for novices. It’s only consisting of 3 menus that will facilitate us to create and manage glossaries and phrases, and one Help menu. PhraseExpander actives in the system tray, but it only consumes low to moderate memory.
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