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viki wrote:1) note style > apply note style > select red text > nothing happens to text, just the border disappeared
2) note style > apply note style > select title text, if then switching note style for this note to a bubble note style the text reminds formatted bold
If Scapple-Files could be imported/synced to/with Scrivener, it would be the perfect companion.
Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:06 pm Post
Declan wrote:I've enjoyed my little test. Good product. I foresee greatness in the near future.
This is neither a bug report, nor a feature request, but a question.
Is there a simple way to describe the way in which notes should be ordered to facilitate ordered opml export.
It seems that it respects Top to Bottom, and Left to Right. But it seems not to be too interested in links or arrows. Is that right?
Are there any guidelines to getting the opml export to have something like the order one intends?
Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:23 pm Post
Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:38 pm Post
dafu wrote:Pretty refined, there, Keith. Guess all these years in Xcode have honed your process.
I must confess though that I prefer your handwritten example at the top of the page.
Do keep it as simple as possible.
P.S. For people who require many more bells and whistles for this sort of thing, yesterday Zengobi released Curio 8, a vast redesign and simplification of a fine program. Frankly, I see good reason to have both. . . .
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