macOCR is a command line app that enables you to turn any text on your screen into text on your clipboard. When you envoke the
ocr command, a "screen capture" like cursor is shown. Any text within the bounds will be converted to text.
If you're still wondering "how does this work ?", I always find the .gif is the best way to clarify things:
Apple Silicon Install:
curl -O https://files.littlebird.com.au/ocr.zip; unzip ocr.zip; sudo cp ocr /usr/local/bin;
curl -O https://files.littlebird.com.au/ocr-EPiReQzFJ5Xw9wElWMqbiBayYLVp.zip; unzip ocr-EPiReQzFJ5Xw9wElWMqbiBayYLVp.zip; sudo cp ocr /usr/local/bin;
When running the app the first time, you will likely be asked to allow the app access to your screen.
This should run on Catalina and above.
Who made this?
- Chick Commerce.
- This free Australia Post app on Shopify.
- Script Ninja which enables you to create powerful scripts and tools to automate your Shopify store.
Thoughts on Sherlocking?
Apple, please sherlock this software!
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