Notebooks 8.10.11 addresses stability issues which were reported by our users. – Thank you for your feedback.
- Connections through WiFi Sharing no longer fail without any obvious reason.
- When using Notebooks’ dark theme, the cursor in the search field (at the top of the list of documents) appears in a lighter color.
- Notebooks now hides the home indicator on devices that don’t have a Home button.
Changes concerning Notebooks on iPads:
- Dragging documents into books works as expected.
- After emailing the formatted preview of Markdown documents, the mail composer correctly dismisses.
Notebooks 8.10.11 is available on the App Store.
Should you run into any issues, please let us know.
Notebooks 8.10.11 for iPad and iPhone
4 thoughts on “Notebooks 8.10.11 for iPad and iPhone”
When I try to sync notebooks folder to my desktop through iTunes, I keep getting an error message.
(“Notebooks” could not be copied because an error occurred. A duplicate file name was specified.)
I have no idea what this message means.
this error message is issued by iTunes and I must admit that I have never seen that before. My guess is that you already have a folder with title “Notebooks” on your desktop. Could that be the case?
I keep wishing to have sync against a file path I choose, rather than being forced to use Dropbox for the iPad version. With sync to any file, then I could use iCloud (or any other Cloud Service). This is what I use to sync my portable and desktop. My iPad version is useless to me right now.
things are not as simple on iOS, unfortunately. – Notebooks’ Dropbox sync uses the Dropbox sync interface, which is much more than selecting a file path. Opting in to iCloud sync on iOS basically is what you suggest (although it is more complex), and each other cloud service requires its own sync logic as well.
We know that many users wish to have iCloud sync in Notebooks – and it would make perfect sense -, but iCloud’s stability is still not where we expect it to be. We don’t want to accept that iCloud stops responding when a user is syncing few hundred folders and a couple of thousands of documents between Notebooks and iCloud, and as long as these issues persist, we cannot seriously consider that option…
I am sorry that I don’t have a more positive info right now.
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