If you want to write a text very quickly, you have several options: for example, you can learn to use the keys on your keyboard very quickly with 10 fingers. Of course, you have a clear advantage with repetitive texts. In that case you can just work with copy and paste.
However, only the fewest text can be prolonged by copy and paste alone. So what would such a text be used for and who should read such a text? So there is only the ten finger system left, if there was not the SlippyClerk. Often, there are situations with sequences of numbers or letters connected with recurring elements. An example would be the sequence 2, 4, 5, 8 to 1278. Here the copy and paste function fails, though this series follows a clear system.
This is exactly the task of the SlippyClerk. In SlippyClerk, you can specify exactly which number sequences or letter sequences combined with which text elements you would like to write and output.
In the high-speed typist SlippyClerk, you can specify exactly which number sequences or letter sequences are to be written combined with which text and define exactly where a sequence should begin or stop, with which interval the sequence should count up or down, and if, for example, decimals or paddings of the individual elements are required. It does not matter if it's just a simple episode or more complicated sequences. It does not matter if you only want to count from 1 to 1,000,000, or if you want to combine both an ascending and a descending sequence in opposite directions within a single line.
Of course, the Slippy Clerk is fully compatible to Unicode, so that you can use arbitrary Unicode characters and any special character in your sequences. Even when you copy the results to the clipboard, Unicode is fully supported.
Currently, SlippyClerk can be downloaded for the operating systems Windows, Linux and MacOS and it is portable, so that you can use this tool even without an installation.
The German Version of the Slippy Clerk you can find under the name Schnellschreiber on sttmedia.de/schnellschreiber.