Title:Stapled Version:2.1 Developer:Frederic Blondiau Category:Utilities Sub category:File Management Downloads:8004
Rate 91% (Votes 1309)
Short description: A revolutionary way to archive and share your documents.
Updated? Previous version had problems with install to 10.14.3...
Shirm, Yes, everything is fine here
Let me know if you need any help Added changes Version 2.1:
Stapled 2.1 brings alternate behaviours:
This new version allows you to define the specific preferences for each operation : simply hold down the option key (alt) when dropping an item on the application, to bring up a window.
Please fix it download link 4bcef.Stapled.2.1.dmg
sckmdck, Sorry, fixed
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Stapled is an original utility letting you share your artistic creations in their best quality, at locations previously reserved for photographs. Any plain document can be morphed into a picture document, and, consequently, handled and stored as an image file.
Open any document with the application: it creates a new document -- literally a picture -- rendering a preview of the original document... but a somewhat special picture that also embeds the original document at its full quality. Wherever you put this picture, you also put the original document. The original document has been "stapled" with the picture (hence the staple, drawn on the picture). When you re-open a picture created by Stapled (or a copy of it) in the application, it will magically re-create the original document! The original document has been "unstapled" from the picture.
If you like the idea of Stapled, if you want to help us improve the product, or if you would like to avoid the manual renaming of the files (they are, by default, only named "Stapled DEMO"), you can unlock the product by clicking the lock in the top right of the main window (or by choosing "Unlock..." from the application menu). Payment is handled by Apple through the Mac App Store.
Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.