Thu Jan 29, 2009 2:35 pm Post
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Thu Jan 29, 2009 4:34 pm Post
druid wrote:You might take a look at the DevonThink products. Version 2.0 is in beta, but stable.
The list of files they import is here:
http://www.devon-technologies.com/produ ... rison.html
Can't beat DT for speed, search, and AI tools; files export easily to Scrivener.
Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:19 pm Post
Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:43 pm Post
I guess my question is, does anyone on the forum have experience using Mori? How do you like it? Any thoughts on its future?
Thu Jan 29, 2009 6:00 pm Post
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Thu Jan 29, 2009 7:22 pm Post
druid wrote:DT Pro Office 2.0 has a View command, and under it Columns, where you select from ten criteria. All of those columns sort ascending and descending. Also under View, the Sort command has a rich array of choices. But I may not understand what you mean by custom columns?
Thu Jan 29, 2009 7:44 pm Post
Thu Jan 29, 2009 8:04 pm Post
Thu Jan 29, 2009 9:22 pm Post
> I like many of the features I see in Mori, and am considering buying
> a license, but I am concerned about future development.
I'm glad you like Mori's features and hope you find it compelling enough
to buy a license.
> Are you committed to continuing to improve and support the program?
but...have you been following my blog and the activity on Mori's forum?
Yes, I'm not as communicative as my partners would like, but I have been
putting up (semi-)weekly alphas of the latest versions as new features
are added in. The next alpha, in fact, will contain support for Linkback
and improved printing support.
> Can I be sure that two or three or four years from now that it will
> be updated to work with future OS X platforms?
I can't make that sort of assurance that I'll matter to anyone at that
time, of course, but I am working to establish Mori as the _primary_ app
for writing and sharing info with others. So barring incidents beyond my
ability to control, both Mori and I should be around for many years to
come. (Unfortunately, perhaps?)
> Can you give me some idea of the ways in which you plan to develop
> Mori further and what sort of time table I might expect?
Better import and export of data into Mori and back (to protect your
data), better processing tools to let you look for and interpret data in
your notebooks, better UI for working, a larger library of third-party
plugins for Mori, sharing of notebooks and notebook entries with others,
Not only is there the feature request system on my site that lists
features I'll be adding, but I've been creating an even larger one here
with ways to make Mori easier and more powerful for you to use in your
> Thank you.
I'm more than happy to explain the ways Mori is getting better and will
continue to do so. Please feel free to contact me again or the rest of
Mori's community at our forum
http://apokalypsesoftware.com/products/forum/mori if there's any way we
can help you.
Apokalypse Software Corp.
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