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The new versions of Notebooks (12 & 3) are here!

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Posted by tberni
Jul 26, 2022 at 09:32 AM

 

Colleagues, earlier today, Alfons Schmid, has just released version 12 for iOS and iPadOS, and version 3 for MacOS, of his renowned Notebooks application.

I’ve just installed both versions and the impression couldn’t be more exhilarating: now it’s all about enjoying and investigating the new features it contains.

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Posted by Drewster
Jul 26, 2022 at 10:45 AM

 

Of course this has happened because I’ve spent the past week getting out of Craft and going all-in on Logseq. This was after I considered the previous version of a notebooks and rejected it.

Now it has back links and all the stuff all the cool apps have now.

I’m working hard to pretend the app doesn’t exist, and reminding myself that I really like Logseq.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jul 26, 2022 at 10:54 AM

 

Heh heh heh – that’s what I was trying to do with NotePlan for quite a long time, before crawling back on hands and knees.

Now I’m playing with backlinks in Notebooks – they work best in markdown notes; rich-text notes only include them in the “Doc Info” dialog box (which is a bit of a shame). But they’re brilliant in markdown!

Otherwise: looks like a nice, interesting upgrade. I haven’t explored every aspect yet, but Happy CRIMPing awaits!

I’ve tried to love LoqSeq, but it’s just… well, it’s just not me. Doesn’t prevent me from occasionally playing with it, however.

Drewster wrote:
Of course this has happened because I’ve spent the past week
>getting out of Craft and going all-in on Logseq. This was after I
>considered the previous version of a notebooks and rejected it.
> >Now it has back links and all the stuff all the cool apps have now.
> >I’m working hard to pretend the app doesn’t exist, and
>reminding myself that I really like Logseq.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jul 26, 2022 at 11:12 AM

 

I’ve just discovered a really neat feature in Notebooks – at least, I wasn’t previously aware of it.

In markdown notes, apart from being able to create standard wikilinks (using double brackets [[ ]]), you can also create wikilinks with a different name using standard markdown syntax, i.e. [different name](link to note).

This is extremely convenient!

 


Posted by Dellu
Jul 26, 2022 at 01:28 PM

 

MadaboutDana wrote:

>Now I’m playing with backlinks in Notebooks – they work best
>in markdown notes; rich-text notes only include them in the “Doc Info”
>dialog box (which is a bit of a shame).

Does Notebooks support rtf? I thought it supports only markdown and html.

 


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