Software · Mac OS X · TweakMe
My tiny UI tool for Mac OS X
TweakMe: Localizer's Pleasure
When you're busy localizing Mac OS X application, you will often have to switch the system language and region settings. This is usually done in the System Preferences pane
Language & Text, but it's not too handy. So I have created my own little tool which offers the most important information from its Language and Formats tab views in a single window.
I have also added some the UI tweaks often used by localizers.
Enjoy this free app. I love to get your comments.
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New in v1.04:
- New feature Clear Help Viewer Caches: all running helpd processes ...
- Circular progress indicator added to Preferred Locales pop-up menu.
New in v1.03:
- A new Preferred Locales menu offers to quickly change the ...
- When the app isn't the active app, its window becomes ...
New in v1.02:
- The columns Designator and Name can be moved and resized.
- Updating of the current language should always work.
Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or higher.