|macOS||Last update: 2018.11.09|
This Web page shows applications for macOS developed by myself. All of them are free software. See the copyright document included in each package.
|The Latest Version: 5.5.1 (June 2017)|
|OS Versions: macOS Sierra (10.12) or Later.|
An image viewer. ToyViewer can display and save images in various formats. You can also apply
various operations to images, such as clipping, flipping, rotation, enlarge,
shrink, etc. ToyViewer provides many effects such as color tuning, enhancement, blur,
mosaic, contour extraction, etc. The function to see images in a folder one after another
in full screen is excellent, and it would useful as a comic viewer.
Many new features are added into ToyViewer 5.00. For example, ToyViewer can display SVG images,
can show animation of TIFF stacks, can list the information of Exif, and so on.
In version 5.10 or later, you can show images in ZIP archives.
ToyViewer 5.2.4 becomes more secure with SandBox. In version 5.4.0, in addition to ZIP, you can display the images contained in the RAR archive.
ToyViewer 5.5.1 provides operation using the tab bar.
Binary Files for Old Mac5.4.0 (Mar.2013)
ToyViewer does not have the function of sending information to the net. There is no fear of leakage of personal information.
|The Latest Version: 3.0.0 (Nov. 2018)|
|OS Versions: 10.9 Mavericks or Later.|
A touch typing tutor.
It provides various kinds of lessons. The original lessons are from "typist" by D. J. Penney, 1991.
In Typist Version 3.0.0, dark mode for macOS 10.14 Mojave is added. Some functions are also added for Japanese exercises. Besides, a few errors in the text were corrected.
I confirmed that Version 3.0.0 can not be executed in Yosemite (maybe, in other earlier OSes, too). I plan to prepare a modified version in a hurry.
If you want older version (2.4.0),
you can download the version without the function of iCloud
First, delete existing Typist, and then install the package.
Typist doesn't acquire personal information. (Except for the information sharing function of users that Apple provides as functions of iCloud)
|The Latest Version: 0.7.1 (Feb. 2018)|
|OS Versions: 10.10 Yosemite or Later.|
AnswerSheetDIY is an application that reads the presence or absence of marks from
bubble answer sheet images and can save the result as CSV or TSV format data.
You can use the data for some spreadsheet applications.
When you want to do quizzes in some lesson or want to take a questionnaire, you can easily get the result without special card readers or special kind of sheets.
AnswerSheetDIY provides only two functions:
(1) predefining the information on the bubble positions of the document, and
(2) judging the presence or absence of the mark on the bubbles and outputting it as data.
Therefore, you have to prepare the original of the answer sheet by yourself.
A device dedicated to bubble answer sheets is unnecessary, but a printer and a scanner with an automatic document feeder are necessary.
A detailed manual is included and is available via Help.
Since it has no aggregation function, please do it by yourself by script language or spreadsheet.
|The Latest Version: 0.1 (Feb. 2018)|
|OS Versions: 10.12 Sierra or Later.|
This application displays panels that are always placed over the normal windows. When recording the screen, or when giving a presentation, you can cover the area you want to hide with the panel.