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Entries for February 2019


18

HashGazer released


After a long development time #Gazer is finally available at the Mac App Store.

#Gazer is a previewing-application for Markup formatted text. #Gazer supports the Markup-Languages Markdown, MarkdownExtra, MultiMarkdown, HTML, Textile, Wikitext, BBCode, and Smark, and can display pure text-, Textbundle-, and Textpack-files.

A good overview of what #Gazer can do offers the Overview-Page of #Gazer, where you can get all the important details about #Gazer.

Since the Beta 2 version of #Gazer many smaller improvements have been added. The full details can be found in the list of changes listed below. If something was still a bit annoying to you in the beta version, then you can now download the 30-day demo version to see if #Gazer works better for you before purchasing #Gazer from the Mac App Store. The link to download the demo version can be found among the important links-list below.

Complete list of changes since Beta 2

Improvements:

  • #Gazer now uses the dark mode of Mojave natively
  • CSS files are sorted alphabetically in the menu in newer macOS versions
  • small pictures are no longer enlarged to the full window size
  • open txt files via the dock icon and other apps
  • made minor improvements to the interface of the preferences
  • more straightforward behavior when opening Textbundle- and Textpack- files, the requirement of directory monitoring and setting a base URL is unnecessary in these cases and is therefore hidden
  • help revised
  • Smark parser updated
  • slight improvements to the interface of the preferences


Important Links:

Purchase #Gazer at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of #Gazer

#Gazer Overview

#Gazer Release Notes

Until next time!



13

MarkMyWords 1.11.0 released


The long-overdue update of MarkMyWords is now available at the Mac App Store, with many improvements and bug fixes that will improve working with newer macOS versions.

However, the changes and adjustments to newer macOS versions meant that the bundle system had to be removed because of its massive impact on the performance of MarkMyWords and, moreover, it caused serious compatibility issues.

As a major addition is the Markup menu, which allows you to easily insert most of the available markups for different languages. For keyboard purists, keyboard shortcuts are also available.

You can read all changes to this update from MarkMyWords in the release notes.

Important Links:

Purchase MarkMywords at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of MarkMyWords

MarkMyWords Overview

MarkMyWords Release Notes

Full Release Notes:

New:

  • Special markup menu in the main menu, with many new actions and corresponding keyboard shortcuts
  • Right-click action for the text field: Replace spaces in the selected text with %20 escapes
  • Right-click action for the text field: Apply URL-Encode to selected text
  • Right-click action for the text box: Remove extra whitespace (two or more consecutive) from text


Enhancements:

  • MarkMyWords natively supports Mojave's Dark Mode
  • small adjustments when exporting to HTML format
  • improvements for handling of Textbundle-files
  • improved and simplified import of tables from CSV-files
  • text editor: remove markup menu action remade
  • if the markup language is changed, the headline navigation is also updated
  • improvements in generating the headline navigation
  • Template-popover user interface corrected
  • improvements in the settings for the text editor
  • smaller changes within the File Browser user interface
  • Menu action to open Headline navigation under View > Show Headline Navigation
  • CSS-styles are now displayed alphabetically again in the CSS style selection in newer macOS versions
  • Templates are now displayed alphabetically again in the template selection in newer macOS versions
  • Style-Drawer interface updated for newer macOS versions
  • improved performance of MarkMyWords


Changes:

  • Bundle system and included Bundles TableHelper, NoteC and PicsMove removed due to massive performance and compatibility issues
  • CriticMarkup commands have been moved from the Edit menu to the Markup menu
  • existing markup commands have been moved from the Format menu to the Markup menu


Updated:

  • BBCode parser updated
  • Smark parser updated


Bug Fixes:

  • fixes an annoying save error that warns you every time you want to save a file
  • fixes a problem opening Textbundle-files defined with an unknown markup language
  • fixes an error when opening multiple Textbundle-files at the same time, causing only attachments of one of the opened files to be displayed
  • fixes an error when writing Textpack-files
  • fixes an error with the headline navigation for the markup language MarkdownExtra
  • fixes a syntax-coloring problem for the markup language Smark. Please go to the Markups tab in the MarkMyWords Preferences and click the "Reset All Styles" button
  • fixes a bug with the CriticMarkup Batch function if you want to completely remove elements
  • print function restored


Until next time!



07

Note-C 2.0.3 released


With this little update, Note-C now natively supports Mojave's Dark Mode and no longer needs to be set manually in Mojave. In addition, the Dark Mode now extends to all elements of the application. For users of older macOS versions, however, nothing changes, they can still activate the Dark Mode as usual, if wanted, manually.

There's also a new feature for friends of text statistics. By clicking on the char-/word-counter in the toolbar, an extended text statistic can be called up. In addition, there are options in this window to adapt the behavior of the char-/word-counter to your own preferences.

The other changes in this update can be found below in the list of changes.

Important Links:

Purchase Note-C at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of Note-C

Note-C Overview

Note-C Release Notes

Full Release Notes:
New:

  • Character-/Word-counter functions
    • Clicking on the counter in the toolbar opens a window with an overview of the text statistics for the normal text and the markup-formatted text
    • Options to customize the behavior of the counter in the toolbar: Exclude invisible characters and line breaks in character counting, as well as exclude individual letters in word counting


Updated:

  • Note-C natively supports Mojave's Dark Mode
  • Smark parser updated


Improvements:

  • Improvements for the settings of the text editor


Bug Fixes:

  • Fixes an error when revoking CriticMarkup paste-actions
  • Fixed bug when loading German help under Mojave
  • Fixed an error loading help via direct help buttons


Until next time!



06

Myary 2.0.2 released


With this little update, Myary now natively supports Mojave's Dark Mode and no longer needs to be set manually in Mojave. In addition, the Dark Mode now extends to all elements of the application. For users of older macOS versions, however, nothing changes, they can still activate the Dark Mode as usual, if wanted, manually.

There's also a new feature for friends of text statistics. By clicking on the char-/word-counter in the toolbar, an extended text statistic can be called up. In addition, there are options in this window to adapt the behavior of the char-/word-counter to your own preferences.

Additionally, this update from Myary also fixes an annoying error that caused on certain days the display of an incorrect date.

The other changes in this update can be found below in the list of changes.

Important Links:

Purchase Myary at the Mac App Store

Download the Demo Version of Myary

Myary Overview

Myary Release Notes

Full Release Notes:
New:

  • Character-/Word-counter functions
    • Clicking on the counter in the toolbar opens a window with an overview of the text statistics for the normal text and the markup-formatted text
    • Options to customize the behavior of the counter in the toolbar: Exclude invisible characters and line breaks in character counting, as well as exclude individual letters in word counting


Updated:

  • Myary natively supports Mojave's Dark Mode
  • Smark parser updated


Improvements:

  • Improvements for the settings of the text editor


Bug Fixes:

  • Fixes an error on the date display on certain days
  • Corrected some labels in the non-English user interface of the preferences
  • Fixes an error when revoking CriticMarkup paste-actions
  • Fixed bug when loading German help under Mojave
  • Fixed an error loading help via direct help buttons


Until next time!

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