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Six cool Quicksilver plugins you might not know

Just a quickie to bubble up some novel Quicksilver plugins that are new-ish or even a bit esoteric.

N.B.: Clicking the linked title of the plugin should install it if you're running a recent version of QS, although I think you should also be able to install most of these right from the Plug-ins Preferences.

  1. Cl1p Upload - Lets you upload selected text to Cl1p.net, a service for sharing clipboards between computers. (more)
  2. Image manipulation - Change an image's type, size, and more from inside QS. Check the plugin's info pane for more on the neato syntax. (more)
  3. Abracadabra triggers - Associate a mouse gesture with any command. Seems especially cool for people using pen and tablet. (more)
  4. Constellation Menus - Love it, hate it, or just find it wildly geeky and beautiful, this is kinda A1c0r's version of right-click on graphical steroids. (more and more)
  5. Flickr upload - Like it says, upload your images (with optional tags) to the Flickr photo sharing service. (more)
  6. File Tagging Module - Very sexy for Spotlight lovers. Add tags to any file from the QS panes. (more)
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