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Tinderbox 7 has arrived

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Posted by Paul Korm
Feb 22, 2017 at 11:23 PM

 

Tinderbox received an update today to version 7.  The new version includes quite a lot of interesting tweaks and one major addition:  composites.  Notes can be grouped into a “composited” set of notes that are glued together on Tinderbox maps.  Composites can be thought of as a collection of related notes—for example, the built-in example of a “lecture” composite in v7 comprises seven individual notes: “where, title, author, author2, abstract, note, question”. 

Another interesting new feature is notes dragged in from DEVONthink can be configured to “auto fetch” the content of the note—and periodically grab any updates to the note that you make in DEVONthink.  This auto fetching is also working with file:/// URLs and others.

See the release notes for more.

The level of effort and experimentation that Mark Bernstein has consistently, by himself, put into Tinderbox is impressive.  The app probably has the most confounding and also, once mastered, most rewarding set of features of any consumer software.  The price is steep but worth it, IMO.

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Feb 22, 2017 at 11:30 PM

 

Here’s a summary of the release features provided by Mark Bernstein

http://forum.eastgate.com/t/note-that-refreshes-from-devonthink/249/11

(That’s the user support forum—so registration might be required.  Sorry for the link, if so.)

 


Posted by Jeffery Smith
Feb 23, 2017 at 01:55 AM

 

Maybe this will get me to buckle down a learn this program.

 


Posted by Hugh
Feb 25, 2017 at 04:53 PM

 

Thanks for this, Paul. On the strength of the release notes - which are themselves an indication of the hard work by Mark Bernstein that you mention - I may well pay my $98.

 


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