Notebooks for Mac 1.1.1 is now available for download on the Mac App Store, and we would like to add a few explanatory words.

First of all, this update fixes an issue that prevented users on Mac OS 10.7 and 10.8 from editing plain text documents. It was caused by an addition that turned out to be incompatible with those OS versions. We’re sorry for that.

Secondly, it is now possible to successfully launch (and use) the Notebooks Server, the built in WebDAV server that allows users to sync Notebooks directly between their Mac and their mobile devices. In the previous version, sandboxing kept the server from launching.

Finally, we had to remove the option to automatically connect to a WebDAV server on startup. While this option was present in previous releases, it never really worked, because once again, the Mac OS security mechanisms kicked in and kept Notebooks from connecting. That is why it seems less confusing to remove this option. (It is still available in the non-MAS version available from our website).

Notebooks for Mac 1.1.1 (Mac App Store version)

2 thoughts on “Notebooks for Mac 1.1.1 (Mac App Store version)

  • December 19, 2014 at 11:20 am

    Hey Alfons,

    A very belated comment, just to say: good job, we love Notebooks, and it’s getting steadily better! It’s had some recent positive press on, too! It’s one of the few really powerful cross-platform options for people working on iOS/Mac/Windows, and has significant advantages over options like OneNote (system resources, sensible sync, good search engine etc.).

    So keep up the good work!
    Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year,

    • December 19, 2014 at 3:07 pm

      Thanks a lot for your encouraging feedback, Bill.

      I wish you a Happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year, too.

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