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Posted by MadaboutDana
Oct 13, 2016 at 06:46 PM

 

Yeah! Folding is good!

Making NotePlan capable of folding headers would be dang cool, too!

Keep up the good work!
Bill

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Oct 19, 2016 at 08:15 AM

 

Congrats, Eduard; NotePlan has just appeared on the Mac App Store.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/noteplan-lean-markdown-calendar/id1137020764?ls=1&mt=12

Maturing nicely ;-)

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Oct 19, 2016 at 07:09 PM

 

I bought the App Store version.  Not ready for prime time.

Cannot add a ToDo to a note or “Send” (which I assume is the same as “Share”) a note.  A message pops up:  This is not a ToDo (”...) [sic].  It’s a great concept; one I really want to use, but needs work.

MadaboutDana wrote:
Congrats, Eduard; NotePlan has just appeared on the Mac App Store.
> >https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/noteplan-lean-markdown-calendar/id1137020764?ls=1&mt=12
> >Maturing nicely ;-)

 


Posted by Bernhard
Nov 10, 2016 at 08:16 AM

 

Paul Korm wrote:
I bought the App Store version.  Not ready for prime time.
>

Now, there is an update v1.6.0 that can pe purchased directly (not MAS). Unfortunately, there is an announcement of a new increases price:
“With this update, the price will be changed to $19,99 after 72 hours. So grab your copy now!”

Would v1.6.0 be ready for prime time?

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Nov 10, 2016 at 10:07 AM

 

v1.6.0 is available on the MAS too.  Lots of “new” and “fixed” things in the release notes.

Ready for prime time?  Regretfully the app keeps missing the mark for some reason.  It’s definitely being worked on aggressively—which is a good thing, but there are little bugs everywhere that get in the way:

“Send To” is now an active command—but it doesn’t do what the command name implies: it means “Schedule this ToDo on a calendar (your choice).  Interesting feature—but the schedule dialog doesn’t let us enter a time later than 9:59 AM!  Try to enter “10:00” and you get “00.10”—this is just sloppy and if the feature had been tested the flaw would have been noticed.

There’s no apparent way to merely export a markdown file with the contents of the notes for a given day—short of copy/paste. 

Lots of other bugs and UI command inconsistencies and oddities.

Don’t get me wrong—the app is *totally* usable—it could just be a lot better.  Especially because the concept is so interesting and creative.

Bernhard wrote:

>
>Paul Korm wrote:
>I bought the App Store version.  Not ready for prime time.
>>
> >Now, there is an update v1.6.0 that can pe purchased directly (not MAS).
>Unfortunately, there is an announcement of a new increases price:
>“With this update, the price will be changed to $19,99 after 72 hours.
>So grab your copy now!”
> >Would v1.6.0 be ready for prime time?

 


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