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Entries for September 2023


28

Myary 2.5.1 released



Myary 2.5.1 is now available on the Mac App Store.

This update for Myary provides various improvements and bug fixes in several areas. Besides improvements for the internal markup parser for the MultiMarkdown and Textile languages and other markup related areas, this update also fixes a bug in the text validation with LanguageTool.org.

In addition, this update of Myary also provides improvements in the handling of the editor in the areas of text clips, text statistics and the CriticMarkup popover tool.

Changes in detail:

New:

  • new, additional option for the internal markup parser to create HTML5 compliant markup tags on empty elements (img, br, hr)


Improvements:

  • improved popup behavior of the CriticMarkup popover feature under certain circumstances
  • improvements in text statistics
  • improved behavior using text clips when selection is cancelled by ESC key
  • preferences for setting up the MultiMarkdown tool adjusted to meet the new requirements


Internal Markup Parser
Improvements:
Textile:

  • improvements in the handling of attributes for block elements


MultiMarkdown:

  • adjusted display for footnotes, they are now displayed superscripted and without brackets
  • adjusted display for citations, which correspond to the current MultiMarkdown representation


Bug fixes:
MultiMarkdown:

  • fixes a bug when using the citation markup, which causes the app to crash under certain circumstances


Textile:

  • fixes a bug when using markup attributes that causes the app to crash under certain circumstances
  • fixes a bug with the conversion of citation markup that led to incorrect display under certain conditions


Important Links:

Purchase Myary at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of Myary

Myary Overview

Myary Release Notes

Until next time!



25

MarkMyWords 2.8.1 released



MarkMyWords 2.8.1 is now available on the Mac App Store!

This update for MarkMyWords provides various improvements and bug fixes in several areas. Besides improvements for the internal markup parser for the MultiMarkdown and Textile languages and other markup related areas, this update also fixes a bug in the text validation with LanguageTool.org.

All details about this update can be found in the list of changes.

The complete list of changes:

New:

  • new, additional option for the internal markup parser to create HTML5 compliant markup tags on empty elements (img, br, hr)


Improvements:

  • preferences for setting up the MultiMarkdown tool adapted to meet the new requirements
  • minor internal adjustments


Bug fixes:

  • fixes a bug with the LanguageTool.org text check, if there was an & character in the text, only the text up to this character was checked
  • fixes a bug for some languages when automatically generating markup when dragging images from the attachment bar into the text


Internal Markup Parser
Improvements:
Textile:

  • improvements in the handling of attributes for block elements


MultiMarkdown:

  • adjusted display for footnotes, they are now displayed superscripted and without brackets
  • adjusted display for citations, which correspond to the current MultiMarkdown representation


Bug fixes:
MultiMarkdown:

  • fixes a bug when using the citation markup, which causes the app to crash under certain circumstances


Textile:

  • fixes a bug when using markup attributes that causes the app to crash under certain circumstances
  • fixes a bug with the conversion of citation markup that led to incorrect display under certain conditions


Important Links:

Purchase MarkMyWords at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of MarkMyWords

MarkMyWords Overview

MarkMyWords Release Notes

Until next time!



22

AnoLTEd 1.0.1 released



AnoLTEd 1.0.1 is now available on the Mac App Store.

This small update fixes a bug in AnoLTEd when processing texts.

About AnoLTEd:

AnoLTEd is a frontend for LanguageTool.org's web service for checking texts for spelling and grammar errors. I only recently came across this service, although it has been around for a while, and I really liked LanguageTool's performance. In addition, LanguageTool offers a free web interface to integrate LanguageTool into your own apps or other projects. Until now, I never had the opportunity to work with such an app-server communication, which was another reason to start this small project.

LanguageTool currently supports about 30 different languages, some of them also in different dialects, for spelling and grammar checking. These can also be set in AnoLTEd. AnoLTEd was specifically designed to work with plain text files and therefore works well with markup formatted files. For example, AnoLTEd is a great companion to the apps Myary and Note-C, where the "Edit In" button can be used to quickly send to, check and edit the current text in AnoLTEd.

AnoLTEd can be downloaded free of charge and without restrictions from the Mac App Store. The in-app purchases included in AnoLTEd are optional, for those who want to support my work a little.

Important Links:

Download AnoLTEd on the Mac App Store

AnoLTEd Overview

Until next time!



20

eBookBinder 1.12.3 released



eBookBinder 1.12.3 is now available on the Mac App Store.

This update provides many improvements and bug fixes for the internal markup parser. Especially the MultiMarkdown and Textile languages have been improved. Furthermore, the preference pane for setting the MultiMarkdown tool has been revised to reflect the new circumstances of this tool.

In the list of changes below, you can read all the details this update offers:

Improvements:

  • preferences for setting up the MultiMarkdown tool adapted to meet the new requirements


Internal Markup Parser
Improvements:
Textile:

  • improvements in the handling of attributes for block elements


MultiMarkdown:

  • adjusted display for footnotes, they are now displayed superscripted and without brackets
  • adjusted display for citations, which correspond to the current MultiMarkdown representation


Bud fixes:
MultiMarkdown:

  • fixes a bug when using the citation markup, which causes the app to crash under certain circumstances


Textile:

  • fixes a bug when using markup attributes that causes the app to crash under certain circumstances
  • fixes a bug with the conversion of citation markup that led to incorrect display under certain conditions


Important Links:

Purchase eBookBinder at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of eBookBinder

eBookBinder Overview

eBookBinder Release Notes

Until next time!

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