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derick wrote:It requires rtf import/export conversion but I’ve been happily using Ulysses as a NVAlt replacement for the past three years. I’m not fond of its organizational structure for actual writing - Scrivener is much better imho - but it works great for a notes repository. I have 1.1 million words and search and sync are still crazy fast on all devices.
Wed Jul 17, 2019 12:39 am Post
mbbntu wrote:...and for some reason FSN will not respect my choice of colour for text background. I like to use solarised when I can, and nvALT allows me to do that. I like being able to see the tags for my files, too.
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Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:13 am Post
Having reflected on this a little, I realise that I use nvALT as a sort of super scratch pad more than anything else. So maybe I should be looking for scratch pad apps, not note apps. On the other hand, I doubt that scratch pad apps will fit the bill. It is the combination of the two functions in nvALT that makes it attractive to me.
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This is such a great idea. I used Ulysses even before Scriv, and while I like a lot of things in it, it never really worked well for me for bigger projects. Meanwhile I have been looking for a good notes app for what feels a very long time, and never occurred to me that Ulysses could do the trick. I guess I thought about it as a long form kind of app. Thanks for the tip, I think I’ll give it a try as a notes app
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