Note Editor 1.2.2 reviewDownload
Note Editor is a notepad application that allows you to write and save random text notes.
Note Editor is a notepad application that allows you to write and save random text notes. It supports multiple undos and is compatible with RTF text files.
Registration screen at startup.
New notes are better managed (you choose where you want to save them before you save them)
"Reload" and "Open In Finder" are now located on the toolbar
The path is now on the bottom
A proxy icon is now available, and the title of the window changes as you open and edit files. The proxy icon is very useful; you can easily create aliases, remove files from your library, or duplicate files. You can also command click on the proxy icon to show the path of the file.
If you hold option, you can now open the enclosing folder for a note instead of opening it.
You can now undo whatever you type in the file's name field.
Fixed a style sheet bug.
Lowered CPU usage.
The list now updates when you change the name of a file or folder and save
When there is no selection, the path resets back to the main folder
New icon (again)
You can now preview the style in the Style Sheet window
You can now open, import, and save RTF files (I exported this document as an RTF :p)
You can now import text files and folders
You can now increase and decrease font size in the Size menu
You can now use the "Other" option in the size menu to set any size from 9 to 72
The format panel now shows a preview of what you selected
Enabled "#pragma backgroundtasks false" - code should go faster now.
Note Editor 1.2.2 keywords