Monthly Archives: November 2011

jottinx 0.0.20

Released some small improvements: somehow it was impossible to save tags: that is now fixed links are now opened in a new tab/window

jottinx 0.0.19

This new version contains a new layout setup. I see some room still for further improvement, but for now we get better use of complete screen estate faster loading of first page (as we start loading book after rendering the rest first) books only get loaded when they are needed Hope you like it. What […]

jottinx 0.0.18

Released 0.0.18 includes: improved Markdown editor with immediate preview some smaller improvements: you can now click on links immediately, flash-messages disappear, notes show the creation-date Nextup I will most likely tackle the general layout. Replace the tabs by something smaller. Make more use of the screen in general.

jottinx 0.0.16

Release 0.0.16 includes: added search functionality after import, jump to imported book Note that you can always follow-up on the status and vote for changes on my ticket-board.

jottinx 0.0.15

Yesterday I released 0.0.15, nothing much new, just further improved the import from Google Notebook, after I received some feedback. I also started using Trello to keep track of “things to do”. Check it out here. When you check the Trello-board, you will notice I plan to work on some search functionality next, and I […]

jottinx 0.0.14

Release 0.0.14: fixed a problem when a Google Notebook contained links. In the atom xml they look like this: <link rel=”related” href=”http://some.link.com” title=”Some title”> These can now be imported correctly. Note that if you want to click links inside a note, it will immediately try to edit the note. Currently the work-around is to right-click […]

jottinx 0.0.13

Release 0.0.13: fixed a problem with line-endings when importing from Google Notebook adding a new note now behaves as it should added a link to this blog various cosmetic improvements Next up: delete items to a trash-can, so you can always restore them later allow exporting –if a users wants to leave her data/notes are […]

jottinx 0.0.12

I just released 0.0.12. Google Notebook Importing Importing from Google Notebook now is decent. upon importing the layout is converted to Markdown, and this is pretty close. Google Notebook had some weird ways to store the layout, so some things are not completely as it was. If you are having troubles with it, please contact […]

Introducing Jottinx

Until recently I was an avid Google Notebook user. I liked the simplicity. I just used it to collect ideas, links, scraps, jottings, but also important stuff I should not forget. I never really used the formatting, and neither the tags. Plain and simple. When I heard it would be discontinued, I looked around for […]