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Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Sep 1, 2017 at 01:33 PM


Dellu wrote:
>What app are you developing?

I’m developing InfoQube, an Ecco Pro inspired outliner / information manager, with hybrid 1-pane / 2-pane / 3-pane outliners (Grid, 2D Surface) with strong project management and data manipulation / analysis capabilities.

Pierre Paul Landry
IQ Designer


Posted by Paul Korm
Sep 1, 2017 at 01:57 PM


I don’t belong to any cults (at least, not consciously) but one reason I migrated to Mac for a lot of my work—and a reason that probably affects the Mac-centric postings here—is the pervasiveness of iPhones and iPads and that Apple has explicitly focused on helping developers integrate between macOS and iOS.  More people need to work between platforms and because of the App Store there are more choices.  “More” but not necessarily better.

Graham Rhind wrote:
Yes, I have also taken a back seat in this forum recently because it
>seems to have become an Apple dominated space .... I would never, and
>could never, move to an Apple computer. Apart from disliking the company
>and the cultish devotion it seems to inspire in some,


Posted by tightbeam
Sep 1, 2017 at 02:44 PM


Windows only. I confess that I’ve lost some interest in the forum lately because the discussion has become dominated by Mac users talking about software I’d love to use, but can’t.

It’s a shame that more Mac developers don’t follow the lead of Literature & Latte and develop Windows versions of their software. I wonder how many Windows licenses for Scrivener that L&L sell versus Mac licenses. It must be worth their while.


Posted by Dr Andus
Sep 1, 2017 at 02:48 PM


Windows 7 and ChromeOS / Android user here, for the foreseeable future. My toolbox is pretty stable and my system fine-tuned (over 100 pieces of software, though most of them are scripts and various customisations). ConnectedText is one good reason I don’t feel like switching.

I do have an iPod Touch, but I have also developed a dislike for iOS and the way the Apple ecosystem works (I get worked up every time I need to use iTunes or deal with some burried iOS settings), so I’m strongly considering switching over to some Android smartphone in the future and bidding Apple good-bye.

But I don’t mind hearing about outliners for Mac, it’s good to know what’s going on in that world too.


Posted by Ken
Sep 1, 2017 at 03:11 PM


Windows 7 PCs, Android phone, a Chromebook and iPad tablet(s).  I am pretty much agnostic and find pros and cons with each platform.



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