Squish is a little game in which you have to squish bugs to earn points, but don't squish the ladybugs. You have to reach 200 points to get to the bonus round. Earning a high score takes a steady hand, quick reflexes, and a strong stomach.
Seems like I just can't enough of desktop URLs shorteners: wrote an for that (hem) and I reviewed, a simple app that handles the whole process of shortening urls with various online services like bit.ly and tr.im. So, I was re-organising my bookmarks today (you know, minimalism) and I stumbled upon this neat application which was lying there in my toolbar:. And I was like: 'Omg'. Find out why. Squish is a desktop URL shortener which supports bit.ly, tr.im, Tinyurl, u.nu (never heard of it) and a few others. Ok, nothing special you could say. First, sits in the menubar waiting for you to shorten an address.
At first launch, you'll be prompted a nice and detailed tutorial which will teach you the basics of the application, what it can do and, most of all, how. Squish can shorten an address by simply copying it in the URL field or taking it from your clipboard history or you can use Squish inside every Mac app. Yeah, you heard that right. Squish comes packed with some 'Extras', basically a SIMBL plugin that will go into /Users/yourname/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins, which lets you shorten a long address inside every Mac app written in Cocoa language. So, you can shorten urls everywhere without leaving your keyboard. Let's say you're writing an email and you need to send a link to a webpage: you copy the url, paste it, hit the Squish hotkey and the app will replace the nearest URL with a shortened one.
This is a huge time saver: instead of actually caring about opening an application to do that, you can leave Squish running in the background and just hit a keyboard shortcut. It doesn't matter if you place the cursor next to the url, the app will go straight to the nearest web address to shorten. Obviously, Squish supports selected URLs too.
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I'm currently recording some python test scripts for a Mac OS X application using Squish for Qt, version 4.0.2. The menu bar of the AUT works fine if interacted with manually, but for some reason Squish refuses to record interactions with it, as if it wasn't part of the AUT at all. As a result, I can't find out its symbolic or real name very easily. I've tried using keyboard shortcuts to menu items, but they don't work either - or at least, they do nothing when a test is run, even if they look like they should work in the script. Since keyboard shortcuts that don't refer to menu items run just fine, I can't help but think it's related. I've sucessfully recorded tests that involve menus for the Windows version of the AUT. Since I very much doubt that Froglogic would make their testing tool completely unable to interact with menus on OS X, I think the problem must be with either the Mac version of the AUT or my test scripts.
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Has anyone experienced something similar? How did you overcome the problem? Squish 4.2 using Qt will record my menu bar interactions, so you may have already done this by now but you can try the latest squish. A problem that I have is bringing the focus back to the AUT once I run the test so that I can test menu bar functionality. Squish hooks into Qt just fine but the problem is the application does not actually have focus when you run the test so the menu bar does not show up even after registering a mouse event somewhere on the application during testing to bring focus. During the test it seems to ignore the recorded mouse event or that maybe how it was intended.
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An easy work around is snoozing for a few seconds and manually bringing focus to the AUT. Something to consider once you get your issue resolved.