Sonntag, 19. Februar 2012

Outliner V0.8.7 beta

This version mainly helps to add and edit items more quickly.


Changes 0.8.7:
  • add a child in addition to adding a sibling (long click activity)
  • quickly add an activity with the new icon at the bottom right corner
  • quickly add or edit the next activity without leaving the edit screen (OK + Next)
  • keyboard shortcuts for moving/adding activities (see tutorial) 
  • Fix: issue with former russian DST
  • Fix: second change of a due date without leaving edit screen did not change the field

Tip:
Use a left/right swipe to quickly change the level of an activty.
Use the "move mode" to quickly move activities within an Outline (toggle by double tap or menu).
Use shortcut keys if you have a device with a keyboard (see tutorial).

General Info here.
Version History here. 
Android Market Link here.


       
     

Kommentare:

Christian_R hat gesagt…

Hello,

I've been following your great Outliner for about one year, and I still can't use it simply because it doesn't open simple text files with tabs defining the indent level. I'm all for simplicity, and that's the format that is most commonly found for plain text export. It's supported by many, many text folding editors and several good outliners on Windows (such as Noteliner). As you certainly know, Bonsai is "retired". I've tried extensively to import files from certainly more than a dozen Windows outliners, and never succeeded. I'm sure compatibility with tab-delimited text files would be good for your business, as there are NO text editors that support folding on Android (except for vim, but that's really like doing calligraphy with boxing gloves...)

afritz hat gesagt…

@Christian_R
You're right. I will put an import for simple text files on my issues list.
In the meantime you can use the test version of Bonsai to import your text files. Outliner can then import the Bonsai files.
Thank you for mentioning this.
Freddy