Notebooks provides an optional scrollable row of extra keyboard keys attached to the top of the on-screen keyboard. These customizable keys (or rather sets of keys) make editing much more efficient and comfortable by providing quick access to keys that … Read more
Keyboard Shortcuts When an external keyboard is connected to your iPad of iPhone, Notebooks provides a set of convenient set of keyboard shortcuts. Keyboard Shortcuts for all Document Types Shortcut Function cmd-T insert time stamp cmd-D insert current date cmd-W … Read more
Notebooks’ Markdown converter by default uses typographic quotes and dashes, but there is a switch in Notebooks’ settings Write & Edit > Markdown to change that. When turned off, quotes will appear as “xyz” instead of „xyz“.
To disable the background pattern in plain text you just need to select a plain white background color instead of the pattern. You can make the change in Notebooks’ settings (paper type & colors) as general default, but you can … Read more
While changing the font of a single word is of course possible (and many apps allow that), we deliberately removed this option in Notebooks for a simple reason: assigning arbitrary styles to elements makes it increasingly difficult to maintain formatted … Read more
Formatted documents – in contrast to plain text – use uneven line spacing. A header line, for example, is higher than a line in a regular paragraph. Displaying that uneven text on an evenly ruled background does not look good, … Read more
Plain text – by definition – cannot display formatted text or multimedia elements. When you use any of the formatting buttons or try to insert an image into a plain text document, Notebooks adds Markdown code, which may look strange … Read more