Texter Source Code Moved to GitHub

Our open-source text-replacement application and super time-saver Texter has moved its source code to GitHub with hopes that some generous readers with bug complaints or feature requests might be interested in contributing to the project. To be very clear, I love Texter, but time constraints have pushed the development of Texter very low on my priority list. As a result, some nagging bugs have left many out in the cold. With GitHub, my hope is that anyone interested in improving Texter can easily make their contributions and that we can keep this very cool project alive. If you're just looking to download and use Texter, you can always do so from the Texter homepage; if you'd like a gander at the source or would like to contribute, hit the GitHub link below.


    G'day Adam,
    I see that a couple of problems with Texter 0.6 (date formats and Remote Desktop problem) seem to have been addressed in Github. How do we mere humans turn this community involvement into a Texter 0.6.1 or 0.7?


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