Breevy 3.30 was released today. Several improvements were made, including the addition of three new macros: %(B), %(I), and %(U), which make it easy to make text show up bold, italicized, and/or underlined, respectively.
You can download the new version here. Enjoy!
Breevy 3.29 is out. Several improvements were made (like a new option that makes it so you can resize the columns), so be sure to check it out.
Breevy 3.28 was just released. This version adds the capability to import abbreviations from spreadsheets, which can make creating a large number of abbreviations at once more convenient.
To use the feature, just select File -> Import -> Import from Excel / Spreadsheet.
Breevy 3.23 was released yesterday. A few cool goodies in this release, including improvements to the main window's search box: in addition to now supporting basic boolean AND / OR / NOT searches (e.g., x AND y NOT z, or a OR b NOT c, etc.), by clicking the magnifying glass icon in the search field you'll gain access to a new context menu that lets you specify whether or not Breevy should search for the term(s) you specify in descriptions, abbreviations, replacements, subfolders, and/or disabled folders. You can download the newest version of Breevy here.
Breevy 3.22 was just released today, with several fixes and enhancements (including the ability to simulate a keypress of the Menu / Application key). You can download it from Breevy's main page here. As usual, hope you enjoy!