Notebooks 8.7.5 addresses issues reported by our users and contains a couple of refinements. Special thanks to those who brought the issue to our attention and helped us track them down.

This is what has changed:

  • Tapping a formatted document to make it editable no longer scrolls to the bottom of the document.
  • Movies imported from the Photos App display correctly.
  • Photos and movies added from the Photos App use the original file name if possible.
  • Tasks’ alert dates respect daylight saving time. You can take a look at a task’s info to see if daylight saving is active at the scheduled time.
  • Copy Plain Text for PDF documents works as expected. This action is available only when the PDF Reader has been activated.
  • In cases when the import of large shared items causes Notebooks to shut down, it offers an option to skip these documents on next launch.
  • iOS 10: The extra keyboard buttons no longer overlap with keyboard.
  • iOS 11: Dragging an email message into a plain text note produces a clickable link that opens the original message.

Update

Too late we detected a small glitch in this release. When you tap a link in a plain text document, and that link happens to be at the very end of the document, Notebooks may crash. As a woekaroun, just add 3 or 4 spaces or returns after the link and all is well. We are sorry for that and will fix it ASAP.

Notebooks 8.7.5 for iPad and iPhone available on the App Store

4 thoughts on “Notebooks 8.7.5 for iPad and iPhone available on the App Store

  • November 19, 2017 at 1:12 pm
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    When I open a formatted document in edit mode after scrolling to the end of the document and clicking there, the keyboard overlaps the text (after scrolling op a bit and back again.
    It is now impossible to scroll up and edit the bottom part of the document.

    I am using version 8.7.5 on iPhone 6s with iOS 11.0.3. Was already a problem in 8.7.4.
    No problem on iPad 2 with version 8.7.3 or 8.7.5 on iOS 9.3.5.

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    • November 19, 2017 at 5:58 pm
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      We addressed that very issue a short while ago, so I wonder what is going on here. Have you tried to reboot your iPhone?
      If that does to help, do you have a chance to update the iPhone to the latest iOS version? I have been trying to reproduce your issue on an iPhone 6 with iOS 11.1 installed, and all seems to work fine..

      Best,
      Alfons

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      • November 20, 2017 at 8:03 pm
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        Hi Alfons,

        First of all: great how fast your respons is!
        iOS 11.0.3 was already the latest version, but your tip to reboot my iPhone did the trick. Solved!

        Thanks a lot.

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        • November 21, 2017 at 7:12 am
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          I am glad to hear that the reboot worked.

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