Notebooks 11.0.2 for iPad and iPhone is a minor update to address a few user requests. It also updates the Dropbox sync logic, preparing Notebooks for the new authentication flow which Dropbox will introduce later this fall.
The Changes in Detail
- Formatted documents provide an option to control whether Notebooks should auto-detect lists when a line starts with “-” or “1.”.
- With “automatically insert closing characters” selected, avoid repeating pairs of quotation marks or back ticks when trying to enter a series of these characters.
- Address a potential crash when Notebooks tries to center the currently edited line in plain text.
- When closing Notebooks while editing a protected plain text document, Notebooks tries to resume editing when it is launched and unlocked again.
- Reliably save last document position in plain text when not using iCloud.
- Display .opml documents as indented list, with options to duplicate as formatted or plain text, and edit opml source.
- Fulltext search for .csv documents.
- When importing documents shared from other apps, correctly apply the default document type.
- Markdown: Reliably remove YAML headers when using MultiMarkdown, and correctly detect “class blocks” (
> %class%) when using the default converter.
- Source Code Theme adopts light/dark UI for code blocks.
- iPad: With “hide document when changing book” enabled, Notebooks displays a message with a button to create a new document (instead of showing an empty document).
- WebDAV sync correctly handles “ignore dot files” setting.
- Adapt Dropbox sync to modified authentication flow (short lived access tokens). This authentication flow is more secure, but you should not notice any change in Notebooks.