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Posted by Paul Korm
May 31, 2018 at 10:02 PM

 

A new version of Tinderbox (7.5) is out and introduces significant new visual features as well as making notes, outlines, and maps easier to manage.

http://www.eastgate.com/Tinderbox/updates/Tinderbox75.html

The feature set (new and existing) is so long that it is hard to describe and grasp the complexity of Tinderbox.  In a good sense, it is Mathematica for note taking. 

 


Posted by Dellu
May 31, 2018 at 11:10 PM

 

>Want to link to a specific place in a long note? Now, you can!

finally, linking paragraphs is here.

The Dance feature, natural language processing

wow, this is growing amazing.

thank you for the note Paul.

 


Posted by Paul J. Miller
Jun 1, 2018 at 06:32 AM

 

But there is still no Windows version ... 

 

 


Posted by Prion
Jun 1, 2018 at 07:59 AM

 

It is highly unlikely that there will ever be one.

The number of developers is a finite resource (it seems n=1) and there are so many non-standard functions that will need to be coded from scratch that making a Windows version translates into basically putting the Mac version on hold. I have no inside knowledge but considering how much Mark has continually pushed the boundary over the years I do not expect to be proven wrong.
It is like trying to hit a moving target from a platform that is anything but stationary itself.

 


Posted by NickG
Jun 1, 2018 at 01:00 PM

 

I think this is absolutely correct.

Prion wrote:
It is highly unlikely that there will ever be one.
> >The number of developers is a finite resource (it seems n=1) and there
>are so many non-standard functions that will need to be coded from
>scratch that making a Windows version translates into basically putting
>the Mac version on hold. I have no inside knowledge but considering how
>much Mark has continually pushed the boundary over the years I do not
>expect to be proven wrong.
>It is like trying to hit a moving target from a platform that is
>anything but stationary itself.
>

 


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