Sonntag, 26. Dezember 2010

Outliner V0.7.3 beta

The new version brings more possibilities to configure the font sizes and some bug fixes.

Changes:
  • automatic capitalization in fields
  • configure font size in activity list (Config. Outline)
  • configure font size in outline list (Settings)
  • Fix: occasional force close when moving activities
  • Fix: moving activities too far left
Have a peaceful christmas time!

Tip: Most of the configuration options are per Outline. This means, that for instance you are able to show the finish-checkbox in your todo-list but hide it in your memo-list.
Tip: CSV import is only useful if you have a CSV-file matching the format, Outliner can import. Check the tutorial for a description.

Kommentare:

John hat gesagt…

This is a fantastic program. Not the gliziest, but it does what it needs to do which to me is far more important than eye-candy. What is really great is that it imports Bonsai formet, which means I can use Bonsai desktop paired with Dropbox to author large outlines on my laptop and "sync" with Outliner on my Nexus One.

Great! Thank you so much!

Fred G hat gesagt…

Can I password protect outlines?

I'm converting from the BrainForest outliner on Palm so my outlines are in .pdb format. Will outliner read .pdb files?

I'd love to have it sync with a desktop version also, like BrainForest.

Have you looked into, or heard of anyone "porting" BrainForest to Android. It seems like that would save you a lot of work writing code, ie., "re-inventing the wheel."

I would gladdly pay for a "pro version" with these features.

Thanks!

afritz hat gesagt…

@Fred

Outliner does not import BrainForest, but the desktop application of Natara Bonsai does (a great Outliner by the way). And Outliner imports and exports Bonsai files. You can get a 30 day evaluation copy at www.natara.com.

I plan to add some additional features similar to BrainForest and sync with Bonsai in future - so this combination will become what you demand.

Thanks for using Outliner
Alfred

afritz hat gesagt…

@Fred
Password Protection is on the roadmap via encryption.
Alfred