Yes. This is so helpful it's not even funny. This little baby comes to us thanks to Wade Cosgrove.
A custom color picker designed specifically for developers. Makes getting colors out of Photoshop/Acorn mock-ups quick and easy. Currently supports NSColor, UIColor, CGColorRef, CSS and HTML styles.
Supplements the features of the standard color picker in OS X. Simple and perfect. Download it now.
How many times has this happened to you?
- I received the new mobileprovision file.
- You still haven’t added my UDID in it.
- I have.
- No you have not.
- Yes I have.
- No you haven’t.
- No! Why don’t you just…
- Look, I’m sure. Can you generate it again?
- Ok, I will. Wait… ok, it’s done.
- Let me check. No, sorry, still not ok.
- Are you sure?
[END OF CHAT CONVERSATION CENSORED]
MacMotion brings something to relieve the pain (slightly) of dealing with Apple Provisioning Profiles, and it uses one of my favorite OS X features, QuickLook.
After installing MacMotion's new QuickLook plugin Simply press the spacebar on any
.mobileprovision file in the finder and instead of some boring 1 line summary, you'll get something like this:
It also has some great enhancements to Finder icons to quickly tell you if a profile is valid or not.
You can download the plugin here (at the bottom of the post).