Mar 24

Allows for QuickLook previewing of Commodore 64 disk image files in the following formats: *.d64, *.d71, *.d81.

Download here.

Mar 02

Randy Saldinger, developer of Suspicious Package, writes:

Suspicious Package, the QL plugin for examining Installer packages, has been updated to version 1.1.

This version adds mpkg support, fixes problems where install locations were not always displayed, and adds more information about the package — including administrator password and restart requirements, and what install scripts it contains.

Get the new version, still free, from:

Suspicious Package

Jan 19

Randy writes:

I’ve written a Quick Look plugin that someone might find interesting: it lets you preview standard Apple installer packages to see what files that will/would install.

The plugin is called Suspicious Package. It is free, and can be gotten from

Jan 11

Nathan writes:

I just wanted to mention that QLColorCode (a popular source code highlighting plug-in) has been updated to version 0.4.1 and that the screenshot you’re showing is somewhat out of date.  The highlighting engine has changed and thus the appearance has changed as well.

Thanks, Nathan. Here is a new screenshot:

QLColorCode screenshot

Jan 11

Reader Phouty sent in:
CHM Screenshot
QuickChm is a quicklook plugin which lets you preview a CHM (compiled html) archive in quicklook.

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Jan 07

Reader Matthias writes:

Janome Embroidery Machines (e. g. the MC350E) uses a proprietary file format for patterns. Most machines are able to preview these files, but sometimes you want to check them directly at your computer without the hassle of transfering.

JEFview previews JEF files.

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Dec 30

We are interested to find out exactly which Quick Look plugins our readers would like to see developed. Which plugins would be most helpful in your day-to-day use of OS X 10.5?

Please leave your thoughts in the comments of this post, and we’ll follow up with a “most requested” post soon.

Update: Comments have been closed — thanks for participating! A tally of those most requested will be posted soon.

Dec 02


Folder.qlgenerator shows items contained in folders in a list view.

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