Following on from bug reports and feedback given for Twitterlicious 2.0 beta 1, I’ve added a lot of usability improvements this time that don’t revolve around the user interface. If you like using keyboard shortcuts and not the mouse, then you’ll love this release. If you like using the mouse, then you’ll love this release too! Something for everyone!
Thanks to everyone who gave feedback, you make Twitterlicious better.
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Changelog (from beta 1 to beta 2):
- When copying from the list (
Ctrl + C), only the tweet’s text is copied instead of the whole row.
- New context menu.
- New shortcuts:
Ctrl + L: opens the link in the selected tweet in a browser window.
Ctrl + U: marks the current selected tweet as unread.
Ctrl + D: sends a direct text to the selected tweet’s user.
Ctrl + E: replys to the selected tweet (@username).
Ctrl + B: view the selected tweet in the browser.
Ctrl + T: view the selected tweet’s user’s website.
Ctrl + F: add the selected tweet as a favourate (currently disabled awaiting API updates).
- The error window doesn’t default to always on top anymore, it defaults to whatever you’ve set Twitterlicious to be.
Returnnow updates the tweet instead of appending a new line in the text box.
Ctrl + Returnnow appends a new line.
- Select all shortcut (
Ctrl + A) is fixed for the text box.
- Reply (@username) now uses username instead of full name so it works with Twitter’s reply system.