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   Last updated: July 24, 2012








Mac software T-Styles




T-Styles is an easy-to-use application that will allow the user to store text styles.  You can store such text properties as text size, font, text color, bold (boolean), italic (boolean), underline (boolean) and words in any length.





Mac software T-Styles

Adding a new text style


Mac software T-Styles

Listbox showing several text styles that are stored

Mac software T-Styles

Sending selected styled text to TextEdit


Mac software T-Styles

Selected styled text sent to TextEdit with a new document




Trial version:


A demo/trial version is available.


  • Click on the button to download a demo/trial version of T-Styles for Mac OS X 10.6.  Mac video tutorials



System requirements:


  • Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 or 10.8 with Intel Mac (Intel Mac) only




Purchasing T-Styles license:



Purchasing a single license of T-Styles


Mac App Store

Available at Mac App Store only as T-Styles







Version History:


1.0.1 to 1.1.0 (October 21, 2011)

  1. The File menu is removed as any of the commands under it is in use.
  2. When there are open TextEdit documents with a text style selected in the Style list, Text Style > Apply Style To TextEdit will become applicable. When the user chooses this command, T-Styles will apply the selected text style to the entire foremost TextEdit document.
  3. The hexadecimal field is no longer editable as some idiot at Mac App Store rejects the application, assuming that the application would change the selected color accordingly if the user manually edits the hexadecimal value.

    Please note that it may take Mac App Store several days to weeks or even months to approve this update.  It is also possible that this update will never be available at Mac App Store.


1.0.0 to 1.0.1 (July 27, 2011)

  1. The application is compatible with Mac OS X Lion.
  2. Fix: With Text Viewer open, when the user switches application and then come back to T-Style, the Text Viewer window could disappear.


T-Styles is a product of MacHouse.
TextEdit is a product of Apple, Inc.
Microsoft Word is a product of Microsoft Corporation.