Posts tagged ‘jumpcut’

Why Jumpcut is better than LaunchBar

Don’t get me wrong: I like LaunchBar and have been using it daily for over two years. But its multiple clipboard system is cluttered and hard to use. I’m surprised that Justin Williams and Marco Arment are singing its praises. What’s wrong with LaunchBar’s multiple clipboard is that everything is jammed together into its popup…


One Thing Well does Jumpcut (and vice versa)

Have you seen One Thing Well? It’s a blog about simple software utilities that do what the blog name says. I learned about it from this short post from Merlin Mann about DTerm. One Thing Well doesn’t focus on a particular operating system. As I type this, the front page is showing utilities for Windows,…


Jumpcut

I’ve been trying out the public beta of LaunchBar 5 for the past several weeks, and although I like it, I probably won’t be using one of its most touted new features, the Clipboard History. Instead, I’ll be using my old standby, Jumpcut, because its user interface is just better. First, let’s look at LaunchBar’s…


LaunchBar + FastScripts + Jumpcut > Quicksilver

I thought it was time for a short post on how happy I’ve been without Quicksilver1. I was a pretty heavy QS user and worried that I’d feel lost without it. But I don’t. The combination of LaunchBar (for launching applications, opening folders, and occasionally running scripts), FastScripts Lite (for running scripts most of the…