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PlistEdit Pro for Mac OS X 1.9.1Uncomplicated property list file editor
PlistEdit Pro enables you to create new child and sibling entries in no time, to copy and paste content, and to rearrange items using drag and drop actions. In addition, you can easily change the item’s class: array, boolean, data, date, dictionary, number, or string.
PlistEdit Pro for Mac OS X 1.9.1 details
|Released:||Sep 13, 2019|
|File size:||6.90 MB|
|Keywords:||Plist editor, Plist browser, Plist viewer, Plist, Property list, Editor, Browser|
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PlistEdit Pro for Mac OS X for Windows 10 - Full description
PlistEdit Pro comes with a simple and well organized user interface that enables you to see the file structure while editing its content. The utility will prove to be extremely useful to developers that need to create JSON and property list files for their new applications.
PlistEdit Pro is the most advanced property list and JSON editor written for macOS.
Mac and iOS developers must edit a variety of property list and JSON files while developing their applications. PlistEdit Pro makes editing these files easier by providing an intuitive and powerful interface. In addition to being able to copy and paste or drag and drop property list data around, PlistEdit Pro also offers powerful find and replace functionality, as well as structure definitions which provide easy access to commonly used keys in various standard property list files.
Power users can also benefit from PlistEdit Pro's preferences browser, which allows easy access to property lists used by macOS to store settings on your system. Browse through your preferences, or search an entire folder of plist files at once for a particular key or value. PlistEdit Pro also enables automation of tasks involving property lists, via its Applescript support and its pledit command line tool.