I’ve released an update to existing users of TableFlip last week. It works well so far, so now’s the time for the official announcement of the new version, available for direct download.
Most notable changes:
- TableFlip now
guessesthe delimiter in CSV files, if needed. So you can use
\tjust fine, which means export from Numbers works out of the box.
- Non-comma-delimiters also “stick” when saving. No auto-replacement to comma anymore.
- The CSV loading and saving is more robust, especially with quoted content. There’s been issued reported in the past, and these should now be fixed. Thanks for your emails and sample files, folks! ❤️
For my nerdy readers, behind the scenes I also upgraded Sparkle from the XPC branch to the actual Sparkle 2.0 stuff. I sincerely hope it will ingest the upcoming updates, too. (It’d not be the first time I broke the update mechanism of one of my apps, heh.)
What is TableFlip, you ask?
TableFlip is a fast tabular data editor – the ideal companion app for Markdown users who want beautiful tables in their documents. Open the file in both TableFlip and your text editor, and you’re set: TableFlip lets you edit all tables it finds inside your document and updates live as you edit your text.
Well, and you can edit CSV files, too, and export to LaTeX.
TableFlip v1.4.0 is available from the website and the Mac App Store.
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