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Aug 16
Todos: Everything at your fingertips


Note: Only tested on Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger

 

"MacZOT is designed to bring great offers. Today we want to offer something you may not have heard of yet. It’s called Todos. In Spanish, that means "everything"

We think this open-source project has great potential and want to support it."- ZOT!

Todos View

No Program Left Behind

Sometimes you just don’t want to take time going to your Applications folder or searching around your hard drive. Just click a quick hotkey (Command-Option-Control-T) and Todos will simply appear. Todos’ job is simple. Todos doesn’t do more than it says. Like its definition in Spanish, Todos will show you everything. Todos shows you all your applications in a complete dock. All of us have a plethora of programs, and the Apple dock just can’t fit them all. Don’t worry. Bring Todos up when you need to get to any of your apps. Click any application in Todos and it will instantly launch. Todos will fade away after application launch. Perhaps you don’t want it go go away so fast? Just hold the command key and click. Todos will open the application and remain displayed. Don’t forget to stand back and wow at all those cool icons for all of your applications. OS X has beautiful icons, why not see them more?

 

System Requirements

  • Only tested on Mac OS X 10.4+
  • Todos is a Universal Application

 

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25 Responses to “ZOT supports Open Source – Todos”

  1. Erichd Says:

    AWWWESOME!

    *faith in site almost restored…*

    Thanks, MacZot! This is why I keep clicking the link on my bookmarks bar! YEAH!

    ‘night…

  2. Jesse Wilson Says:

    It’s something. Only downside being that it’s not a ‘deal’ and I’ve known about this app for awhile now.

    Still, good on you guys for highlighting a freeware developer’s app.

  3. Rick Baskett Says:

    Wow craziness.. Ill have to check it out.. with as many apps as I have.. well Ill reserve judgement until I use it ;)

  4. Mickeh Says:

    Thanks a lot MacZOT! This is a great free app you are featuring today; I have never heard of it before and it sure beats Quicksilver application wise. I will download this and give it a try!

  5. Dusel Says:

    This App will not beat Quicksilver – but as a Application Launcher it is doing his job very well

  6. JulesLt Says:

    I wanted to have a way of triggering this via the mouse. Might be an easier way of doing it, but you can use the following Applescript. Don’t forget to save as an Application and turn off the Startup Screen. You can then link this to a button on the Mighty Mouse.

    tell application “System Events”
    key down option
    key down command
    key down control
    keystroke “t”
    key up option
    key up command
    key up control
    end tell

  7. ZicklePop Says:

    Right, uh where’s my code for Call Recorder?

  8. Allen Hancock Says:

    Nothing wrong with posting freeware/donationware.

    If the software is worthy, I don’t mind seeing it on this site.

  9. gryphonent Says:

    Didn’t know about this yet… will give it a shot. Thanks MacZot!

  10. RailsConsumer Says:

    There is also HimmelBar. It’s free. A bit easier to use in someways (it displays the name of the application next to the icon). But it doesn’t have a hotkey option to display the applications. Todos is also prettier implementation. Anyways, take a look:

    http://softbend.free.fr/himmelbar/

  11. Groxx Says:

    That’s really cool… I may end up using it more than the dock :D

  12. Bob Says:

    It’s a decent app, but I’ll stick with LaunchBar.

  13. Dan Says:

    Thanks for supporting open source MacZOT! Of course, you realize, ZOT has made a sweet deal where they get half of the take from today’s downloads of this free program! ;) :D

  14. Eric Says:

    I’ve had this one for a few weeks. I use Launchbar, so I have no use for it. If you already have a sweet launcher, this isn’t much more than eye candy. It’s good to see open source mentioned on MacZot. My question is, Is it because you really care for open source, or because your desperate to post something, and therefor created a new gimmick? If you had a deal today, and on the side had a mentioning of Todos I would think that’s chill, but putting it where I expect Zot deals to come up? I’m not a big fan of that. (IMHO, this is all light hearted criticism.) I for one want deals.

  15. ThorstenvPK Says:

    Blogged about that a few days ago – really an amazing tool! Worth to be announced here :D

  16. Orig_Club_Soda Says:

    Pretty cool but you have to
    1 have it in the menu bar
    2 access it from either the menu or keyboard short cut

    I would prefer to have a right-click or a dock icon 1-click access

    Putting it in the dock doesnt help

    ***
    Is there a widget for MacZOT?

  17. nan Says:

    Hey! My faith is almost restored too! Free copy of xPad that I will never used, and now you are supporting opensource.. this is pretty cool. But for me, it would never replace Quicksilver. But hey, might change my mind. Haven’t had it all that long yet.

    Maybe the maczot people actually read our comments! =)

  18. Melissa Says:

    Thanks! I haven’t tried any of the launcher type applications and now that I have Todos, I probably won’t, this is almost exactly what I wanted! The ONLY thing I’d change would be accessibility from the dock, but that’s nothing huge. I think this is great because I tend to install applications and then promptly forget about them. Todos will help me remember to use them!

  19. Richard Baskett Says:

    Hmm.. no clue of where my comment went! Oh well :) I tried it out.. looks pretty cool, but I have way too many apps and so it’s more of a hunt and spotlight is actually faster for me because of that. But it definitely has potential and it’s cool to have software highlighted here.

    For those that are complaining about new zot’s.. it’s not an easy job getting these deals. I’ve been extremely pleased and surprised at how many MacZOT has been able to do! This is a service, a free one at that, now if we paid them $5 a week or month or whatever then I would have expectations. Give them a break.. :)

  20. GoMac Says:

    Not a bad app! Frankly, I just didn’t “get” Quicksilver. When you’ve used Macs as looooong as I have, you expect software that you can intuitively use. Todos seems like a pretty decent launcher…a little slow, but I think I can tweak that….

  21. ZOT Says:

    Re: Eric’s comment: “My question is, Is it because you really care for open source, or because your desperate to post something, and therefor created a new gimmick? If you had a deal today, and on the side had a mentioning of Todos I would think that’s chill, but putting it where I expect Zot deals to come up? I’m not a big fan of that. (IMHO, this is all light hearted criticism.) I for one want deals.”

    Eric, if you want to see something on a site every day, feel free to create your own. (all light hearted and the like)

    ZOT!

  22. Frank Says:

    Unfortunately that seems to be a typical Zot attitude.

  23. dantini Says:

    You mean Eric’s or ZOT!’s?

  24. Frank Says:

    Zots

  25. SoftwareJunkie Says:

    I like Todos, not so much as a primary launcher, but the fact that it’ found *every* app on my HD.

    I had another app that did something similar, by chronos, I think. Don’t remember the name.

    I wish I could increase the size of the palette and the icons on it. As it, it’s a little small on my 23″ display.