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Posted by satis
Nov 25, 2018 at 04:11 PM

 

Well, the conclusion to D’Alessio’s 1st, intro video was “it’s simple but it really does work” which damns with faint praise. The 2nd video, giving an overview of Premium, is interesting. D’Alessio says because of its complexity he wouldn’t go to this as a “go-to editor, I’m much more comfortable with something a bit easier than this. But if it is something you are very keen on and interested in, especially for themes, I could see a lot of developers and programmers using this one…”  and he trailed off, noting the different editors you can switch between. More faint praise.

Unlimited encrypted attachments via Dropbox/OneDrive/GoogleDrive or your own WebDAV server is pretty nice, so is revisions.

Going through the app’s subreddit the developer confirm yesterday that something as simple as changing fonts is impossible in the free version, and difficult to do in the premium one - when someone asked, “How do I change the body text to Times New Roman without changing what editor I use?” the dev responded, _"I’m afraid that for an out of the box solution, there is no quick way to change the font (other than using the Plus Editor, but that gets you underlying HTML). For creating your own themes, you’d have to have some good development experience. We’re hoping to make settings like these simpler in the future, but exact specifics are still TBD.“_

So the only way to choose your font is by using a theme that offers that option - it’s not available globally or under all themes. To me that’s weird.

 


Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Nov 25, 2018 at 08:22 PM

 

Pierre Paul Landry wrote:
>You’re actually not too far from the truth, which is that there is something scary in actually “selling” something, and although I know that time is approaching, I’m still not ready to cross that bridge just yet !
>To date, 31 “outliners” have taken advantage of this offer and I just sent out the 32 licenses

The promotion is now over. In total 46 personal licenses were issued to members of this forum.

I know that InfoQube has the reputation of having a steep learning curve. Its basic concept is in fact **really** simple.
So please do not hesitate to ask questions, here or preferably on the IQ community forum, and download updates as we strive to make it easier to learn and use, with every version.

Forum and Doc: https://infoqubeim.com/drupal5/?q=booktree
Download: http://www.infoqube.biz/download

Pierre Paul Landry
IQ Designer

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Nov 25, 2018 at 08:41 PM

 

Thanks again Pierre, and I for one encourage you to take the step towards commercialisation; I’ll come back with more on InfoQube once I have (again) taken the plunge, this time with real data.

Pierre Paul Landry wrote:
>>You’re actually not too far from the truth, which is that there is
>something scary in actually “selling” something, and although I know
>that time is approaching, I’m still not ready to cross that bridge just
>yet !

>The promotion is now over. In total 46 personal licenses were issued to
>members of this forum.

 


Posted by tightbeam
Nov 25, 2018 at 09:00 PM

 

Thanks again for the generous offer. It has motivated me to knuckle down and try to get over the learning curve that defeated me last time.

Pierre Paul Landry wrote:
Pierre Paul Landry wrote:
>>You’re actually not too far from the truth, which is that there is
>something scary in actually “selling” something, and although I know
>that time is approaching, I’m still not ready to cross that bridge just
>yet !
>>To date, 31 “outliners” have taken advantage of this offer and I just
>sent out the 32 licenses
> >The promotion is now over. In total 46 personal licenses were issued to
>members of this forum.
> >I know that InfoQube has the reputation of having a steep learning
>curve. Its basic concept is in fact **really** simple.
>So please do not hesitate to ask questions, here or preferably on the IQ
>community forum, and download updates as we strive to make it easier to
>learn and use, with every version.
> >Forum and Doc: https://infoqubeim.com/drupal5/?q=booktree
>Download: http://www.infoqube.biz/download
> >Pierre Paul Landry
>IQ Designer
>

 


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