By Xelaton Software
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"Note-C" is a very simple to use application for collecting your notes, snippets and any other piece of text without limiting access to your entries, offering powerful under the hood- and extensive export-features.
Features of Note-C
Saving your entries
Every single entry will be stored in a separate file and you can freely choose where to save your entries. Note-C automatically creates a clean folder hierarchy where you can find your entries fast, even outside of Note-C. Additionally all entries will be saved in the open txt-file-format, so you can open your entries in many text-editors without problems. You keep full control over your entries.
Alternatively you can also save your entries in the open Textbundle-package-format, which collects all data of a single entry into one file. With a single click in the preferences of Note-C you're set up to use the Textbundle-format. More infos about the the Textbundle-format can be found at www.textbundle.org.
Creating multiple notebooks
Note-C allows you to create multiple notebooks, so you can diverse your entries by topics and projects.
Special editor and fullscreen-modes
The editor of Note-C offers a lot of features to make writing more efficient and spare you using the mouse, like automatic list-creation (* and - signs) or moving of text-passages with keyboard-shortcuts. Further Note-C has an inbuilt Tab-Action-Manager where you can define texts which will be inserted into your entries by using a self-defined keyword and the Tab-key. Additionally you can set the look of the editor to your preferences: Colors of text and background, font-size and -type, text-margins and more.
Also, Note-C offers the well known fullscreen-mode (OSX 10.7 or higher) and a distraction-free mode where you can completely concentrate on your text.
Collecting external files
You can add to each entry files which will be stored in a separate folder. Note-C offers options to view these files in Note-C itself or to open the files with an external application. Please Note: Files can't be added directly within the text, however you can use markup to add images to your text.
Note-C supports following markup-languages: Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile, BBCode, Wikitext, HTML und Smark. Next to shortcuts for bold- and inverse-type and headlines, you can use markup to export your entries. Further Note-C offers an integrated preview-mode to preview your formatted entries.
To write a string without starting a new entry quickly, you can use the strands-feature of Note-C. Using strands allows you to collect notes, annotations or outline-ideas for your entries. To add strands in Note-C, there are several options available. Next to writing a strand within the application itself, you can also use the status-bar feature to write a strand or use the Note-C-bookmarklet from xelaton.com to send selected text from most web-browsers to Note-C with a single mouse-click.
Note-C offers it's own export-manager to export your entries to different text-formats. As formats available are plain text, RTF(text only), RTFD, HTML, Doc(text only), ODT(text only)), Textbundle, Textpack and PDF. Next to choosing an export-format, you can also export your entries into single files or all entries into one file.
Additionally there is the option to export your selected entries as an ePub-eBook-file, to read your notebook on an eBook-reader.
What's New in Version 1.5.0
- new Dark-Mode for users of OSX 10.10 or later, instead of using a custom Dark-Mode the native VibrantDark-Mode of OSX will be used
- set color-labels for entries, standard-color-labels of the file-system will be used, so those are also visible within the Finder-App for example
- Export-Manager, support für Textbundle and Textpack
- Quick-Export of single entries as txt, rtf, rtfd, doc, odt, html, pdf, textbundle, textpack
- new Preference-option to define a custom external editor, accessible through the "Edit in external editor"-Popup
- delete a selected entry using the shortcut CMD+ Delete-Key
- reset CSS-Styles-Button added to the CSS-Style-Manager
- new Xelaton CSS-Pack added (Existing users please use the reset CSS-Styles-Button to get the new CSS-Styles)
- new preference-option for the "insert date"-shortcut in the typography-tab (insert just the date instead of date and time)
- new Smark 2 parser added (please visit www.xelaton.com for more infos about Smark)
- new Wikitext parser added
- MultiMarkdown and Textile Table-Creation Smart-Editing
- when in a table-line, hitting the tab-key automatically creates a new |-symbol
- when in a table-line, hitting the enter-key the next line automatically starts with a |-symbol
- MultiMarkdown only: automatic generation of tablehead-line when hitting enter-key after first table-line
- unindenting list-items using the delete-key
- Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Smark tabbed indention for ordered Lists
- Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Smark automatic list-creation for ordered, indented lists
- shortcut for striked-style (CMD+D)
- shortcut for named links (CMD+Shift+L)
- changed used font in interface to default system-font
- mini-editor now only performs a save of the file, if there are changes
- Export-Manager Save-Dialog improved for saving as single-file, the prompted save-panel will be presented as a regular save-panel instead of an open-panel
- some smaller tweaks to the Export-Manager related to pdf-files
- bigger tweaks to Export-Manager related exporting multiple files to one file
- warning-message, when folder-selection for a new book is not suitable
- warning-message, when the current entry cannot be saved
- several internal code-improvements
- resolves an issue which prevented inserting tabs at the beginning of a document
- solved an issue, where entering a title could lead to freezing Note-C
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Aug 25, 2016
- Version: 1.5.0
- Size: 8.6 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Alexander Sasse
- © Xelaton Software - Alexander Sasse
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later, 64-bit processor