New Highlighting Support in PasteBinIt

There is a new beta of Paste­BinIt avail­able with a nice fea­ture: high­light­ing sup­port. This means that you can click in the line num­ber gut­ter of the code view to set a mark­er that will show up in the paste­bin as a yel­low marked line

In addi­tion some UI tweaks have been made such as list­ing the 5 most recent syn­tax high­light­ings at the top of the menu.

Get the update here or use the inte­grat­ed updater if you have already down­loaded ver­sion 0.2–2.

New PasteBinIt Beta

To make the small Paste­BinIt tool more use­ful on the Mac it has been extend­ed to take full advan­tage of the built-in ser­vices menu in Mac OS X. You can now select text through­out the sys­tem and choose Post to from the menu. The Paste­BinIt win­dow opens with the marked text already in its con­tent sec­tion and places the cur­sor in the title field. The new Paste­bin is now only one click away.

Anoth­er new fea­ture is dock tile drop sup­port. If you would like to cre­ate a paste­bin from a text file in the find­er or from the desk­top, just drop the file icon on the dock tile.

Due to prob­lems with sign­ing this update will be announced by the built-in updater, but instal­la­tion will fail due to sign­ing issues. You have to down­load this release man­u­al­ly and move it into your appli­ca­tions folder.

Thanks for test­ing, all feed­back will be appreciated

New Beta of Tool is Online

Final­ly I fin­ished to pub­lish the first beta release of my new tool for cre­at­ing entries on Mac OS X. Although the web inter­face of is very neat, some­times a spe­cial client comes in handy.

In the first beta the tool can be used to post code or any text to the serv­er and adjust all the para­me­ters, such as post expi­ra­tion time, syn­tax high­light­ing, paste title and if the paste is private.

Please feel free to check out this beta. Your feed­back is appreciated