Saturday, 16 August 2014

NoteLynX User Guide is now Online

Read the User Guide Online, generated via the 'Export as HTML' command.

10 comments:

Avis Griffin said...

Have recently loaded pro version on Nexus 7 and am very impressed. Using HTML as the note format gives so much flexibility and easy styling via the style sheets option. It would be nice if the style could apply to the tree view as well as the notes, and also to be able to make use of user-defined images for the node icons, (separately for day/night).The yellow friend arrow is quite hard to see on a white background. Supporting JavaScript adds a whole new layer of fun to note taking so thanks for this great app. :-)

AstroDean said...

Thanks Avis for your support. All your ideas have been noted and added to my list of feature requests. Please leave feedback on Google Play, if possible, to help make NoteLynX more popular. Cheers.

Avis said...

I posted reviews on Google Play for both the free and Pro versions on 22/08/14 and would've e-mailed you a copy but couldn't find a contact address in the app. I'm also showing NoteLynX to friends who have Android. Keep up the great work!

Avis Griffin said...

It would be useful to be able to long-press images to zoom them. At the moment I am linking from a Note containing thumbnails, (size = 25%), to a separate Note with the same image file referenced at 100%.

AstroDean said...

Avis, I agree. In fact it used to be possible to pinch to zoom, but this stopped working after I added double tap to edit. I will try to get it working again.

Avis Griffin said...

Pinch and zoom is now working in the latest release. :-)

[Addison's promotional comment does not appear to be appropriate for this disscusion and should be removed. It is unethical and has ensured that I will not be rushing out to try the App.]

Michael Williams said...

Export as HTML (Pro) is supposed to create an images folder!
It does not.
However I can copy the "images" folder from "User Guide" export and the other export projects then display correctly.

Mike

AstroDean said...

Mike, I just tested html export. It appears to be working normally. Have you tried it with other projects?

Kevin said...

Pardon my rookie question but what do the various colors of the links signify. My green one turned yellow and a child ( 1 of 3) seems to have merged into its parent. The merged child is now italicized above the parent in tree view. I've lost control of the data. Thanks

Kevin said...

Seems I have somehow inadvertently created a "link" relationship! Where can I find guidance on how to sever that relationship?