Mac: VoodooPad 1.1 alpha 7 Released | iLounge News


Mac: VoodooPad 1.1 alpha 7 Released

VoodooPad is a new kind of notepad.  It’s like having your own personal hypertext library, where you can jot down notes, web addresses, to-do lists… Anything on your mind. VoodooPad automatically links each page together, to form a miniature world wide web, on your desktop!  Anybody familiar with the WikiWikiWeb will feel right at home with VoodooPad.

What’s new in v1.1a7:

  • Fixed (again) a problem where file drops and pages with the same name would cause unexpected behavior.
  • Fixed a problem where links with the german sharp s in them would corrupt the .vdoc
  • Fixed a problem (and changing the file format in the process) where certain characters would cause pages to be unarchivable- this problem became apparent when using the Zaphino font and using certain glyphs.
  • Added the ability to create aliases for url’s, so you don’t have to type out the whole http:/// to link to a website. This functionality has been added to the “Page Info” window.
  • Fixed a problem where the document’s dirty bit wasn’t updating properly
  • Brought the font panel back in the prefs so you can change the default font.
  • Fixed some problems where lists were not updated when deletes occured.
  • New link,back,forward, and delete contextual menu items.
  • Started German/Dutch some localization
  • Added an Import menu item that will assist in importing text, rtf, and rtfd documents.
  • Create a new document when trying to create a new page and no documents are open.
  • Fixed a problem where deleting a page would sometimes crash VoodooPad

License: Shareware $10
System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.2 or higher

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How do the interal links work? I haven’t tried a 3rd gen iPod out yet… does the Notes function allow for hyperlinking, or am I missing something?

Posted by Cozzie in Irvine, CA on May 5, 2003 at 12:50 AM (CDT)


$10! What a piece of ...

Read apple’s PDF on how to do stuff -

Posted by kainjow in Irvine, CA on May 5, 2003 at 6:40 AM (CDT)


The idea is that it allows you to have linked notes on your computer. Sounds pretty handy to me.

Posted by Alex Stapleton in Irvine, CA on May 27, 2003 at 4:25 PM (CDT)

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