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Posted by Ken
Jul 31, 2018 at 02:56 PM

 

For those who might be interested, Rael announced the release of version 4.6 yesterday.

http://www.bauerapps.com/rightnote/

—Ken

 


Posted by Anthony
Aug 3, 2018 at 01:44 PM

 

Probably it is just me that likes responsive, and light (in RAM and CPU cycles) software.
In such a respect with Windows OS, I noticed in opening RN with its default manual in a hidle situation:
RN v. 3.5 and 4.0x —> 50—60Mb of RAM
RN v. 4.5 and up —> 110—120Mb of RAM

I know that this is the common pattern for almost any software (think at Adobe!). I just don’t share the vision, above all when there is no a convincing proportionality between more RAM vs. more features.

 


Posted by Arnold
Aug 3, 2018 at 02:56 PM

 

This is one reason why I have stayed with TreePad Business for so long. Light on resources, may not be as pretty yet gets the job done.
Currently with a 2GB file open only using 10.5 mb of ram.

 


Posted by Lothar Scholz
Aug 3, 2018 at 08:00 PM

 

Programmer here (maybe of a future possible medicine end all CRIMPing).

I doubt that this memory increase is anyway feelable for computers and it’s still much less then electron based apps with their 300MB+ size have. Even on a phone it might be alright at the moment with 2GB the absolute minimum.

For me performance is important and UX and i recently (last week) tried RightNote and have to say, i just don’t get myself to use such an outdated GUI anymore. It flickers while resizing and moving from one note to another. And if you have a 4K Monitor,  you really don’t want to use this old windows XP style icon bars anymore.

 


Posted by Orchid
Aug 4, 2018 at 09:16 AM

 

I don’t mind if a program needs a little bit more RAM as long as it is responsive.
And RightNote is responsive. And it doesn’t flicker here.
Maybe, Lothar, it’s your hardware?
I like those “older” icons much more than this “modern” rubbish styled ones.
Don’t need this smartphone toy feeling at my desktop.

 


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