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Vermonter17032 wrote:The only feature it has that TB does not is the "Noter" which is essentially a feature grab from Notational Velocity -- that's not a knock on Twig or Eastgate... I think it's smart to incorporate that kind of functionality into Twig. But is it enough to warrant spending an additional $70 for Twig?
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Vermonter17032 wrote:This lack of export options for Twig is certainly baffling, and really makes the application useless for anyone without Tinderbox and for those with Tinderbox... well, you already said it: there's the free Notational Velocity. This is such a strange decision by Eastgate, that I keep checking Twig to see if I've missed something. Not so far. And the help file actually says when you want to export your Twig notes, there's always Tinderbox! The truth is that it would make Tinderbox more useful for a lot of us if we could open a TB file in Twig and easily export it to a useable format, instead of having to live with the complex -- though admittedly powerful (if you can figure them out) -- export tools for TB.
Mon Jun 21, 2010 5:31 pm Post
AmberV wrote:---but that's an awful lot of money for that kind of thing...
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Tue Jun 22, 2010 7:11 pm Post
That’s why a few simple, common export options in Twig make so much sense (they also make sense for TB). So, Hugh, like you I am hopeful that that will come along down the road.
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