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10

Myary 2.4.1 released



Myary 2.4.1 is now available on the Mac App Store.

This update for Myary offers two minor adjustments. On the one hand, a bug has been fixed that, under certain circumstances, caused that nothing could be entered in distraction-free mode.
On the other hand, working with text bundle files has been improved with regard to the JSON file, which is no longer overwritten but only updated if necessary.

Changes in detail:

Improvements:

  • JSON info file of existing Textbundle documents remain intact after changes and is no longer overwritten by a new info.json


Bug fixes:

  • fixes a bug in distraction-free mode that prevented writing when highlighting was enabled and no custom font color was set


Important Links:

Purchase Myary at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of Myary

Myary Overview

Myary Release Notes

Until next time!



08

Note-C 2.4.1 released



Note-C 2.4.1 is now available on the Mac App Store.

This update for Note-C offers two minor adjustments. On the one hand, a bug has been fixed that, under certain circumstances, caused that nothing could be entered in distraction-free mode.
On the other hand, working with text bundle files has been improved with regard to the JSON file, which is no longer overwritten but only updated if necessary.

Changes in detail:

Improvements:

  • JSON info file of existing Textbundle documents remain intact after changes and is no longer overwritten by a new info.json


Bug fixes:

  • fixes a bug in distraction-free mode that prevented writing when highlighting was enabled and no custom font color was set


Important Links:

Purchase Note-C at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of Note-C

Note-C Overview

Note-C Release Notes

Until next time!



04

PlainPad 1.3.0 released



The new version of PlainPad is now available on the Mac App Store.

This update for PlainPad offers two exciting new features. On the one hand, a template can now be specified in the PlainPad preferences, which is automatically inserted when creating a new document. Everyone who has to work a lot with the same text structures can save one work step.
On the other hand, there is now the option of having unnamed, unsaved documents restored at the next start. This can come in handy for throwaway notes that are used across multiple launches of PlainPad but shoeld't be saved explicitly. In addition, these documents are immediately available the next time you start PlainPad.

New in this version:

New:

  • new setting in Preferences to control if PlaidPad should open documents in single windows or tabs (macOS 10.12 or newer)
  • new setting for specifying a text template, which should be automatically inserted in new documents
  • new additional option for the setting "Prevent save dialog for unsaved changes" for unnamed documents so that they are restored at the next start of PlainPad^


Important Links:

Purchase PlainPad at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of PlainPad

PlainPad Overview

PlainPad Release Notes

Until next time!



01

Textbundle Editor 1.2.0 released



The new version of Textbundle Editor is now available on the Mac App Store.

This version of Textbundle Editor brings various improvements regarding the handling of Textbundle files created by other apps. Furthermore, this update offers some visual improvements and comfort settings that make working with Textbundle Editor more pleasant.

Complete list of changes:

New:

  • Toolbar style adjustable via the main menu under View > Toolbar Style (macOS 11.00 or newer)
  • new option in Preferences to control whether Textbundle Editor should open documents in their own windows or tabs (macOS 10.12 or newer)
  • new preference options for the editor to set margins
  • new assets can now also be added to a Textbundle-file via drag'n drop of the file onto the text field


Improvements:

  • the JSON info file of existing Textbundle documents remains intact after changes and is no longer overwritten by a new info.json, so specific app metadata from other applications are retained
  • if a Textbundle file contains other elements than the usual text file, the info.json and the assets directory, these elements are preserved after adding changes
  • minor adjustments that improve compatibility with newer macOS versions
  • improvements when adding assets via drag'n drop
  • various minor adjustments to the user interface
  • minor adjustment to the "Show Asset in Finder" function, which now calls the assets directory itself instead of playing a warning beep when no file is selected


Bug fixes:

  • fixes a bug which, after changing the markup language and then saving the file, caused a warning message to appear stating that another application edited this file


Important Links:

Purchase Textbundle Editor at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of Textbundle Editor

Textbundle Editor Overview

Textbundle Editor Release Notes

Until next time!

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