OneApp Clean Text — a tool for stripping text formatting, removing empty lines, and more — is now Mac OS X savvy. The utility, from
is designed for use when you need to paste some text copied from one document or application into another, and you want the text to get the attributes (such as color, font, dimension and style) of the new document instead of preserving the attributes copied from the old one.
To prepare text for pasting, OneApp Clean Text eliminates all text formatting. Plus, it performs other functions, such as removing empty lines, removing multiple spaces, and removing tab characters. You can even apply changes to a section of a document rather than the entire thing.
You can download OneApp Clean Text X 1.2.4 (an 807 k file) from the OneApp Software Web site. The cost is US$15 for a single user version. The company also makes OneApp Slide Show, a $25 slide show and presentation tool for multimedia files, QuickTime movies, sounds and images. It, too, has been Carbonized for Mac OS X.