An update for the Mac and Windows versions of Notebooks is available for download from our website (Mac, PC).
The list of changes and addition is available from the version history pages (Mac, PC).
Update October 12: If you are using Notebooks on Mac OS 10.7 (Lion) you may have experienced problems editing plain text documents. This has been fixed, so just download Notebooks again and you can edit your documents as usual.
Should you have problems with the new release, you can still get the previous release from these links:
Notebooks for Mac 1.0.4 and
Notebooks for PC 1.0.4
Notebooks for Mac/PC 1.1
9 thoughts on “Notebooks for Mac/PC 1.1”
Please provide an example of configuring “A built in WebDAV server” as mentioned in 1.1 release notes.
Just open Notebooks’ preferences and turn on the Notebooks server. When successfully launched, it will display all connection details you need.
Built-in WEBDAV server doesn’t seem to work for me. Am using latest Yosemite GM candidate… could that be why?
Wie will check that. Thank you for your feedback!
My iPad runs iOS 7.1.2 and since the last Notebooks update all the pages I’ve saved from the Web have a gray circle icon on them (even those that have synced previously). I’ve synced through DropBox, so shouldn’t they disappear?
I’d like to use the WebDav server on my iMac (Mavericks) to sync with my iPad, but I’m not sure I set it up correctly. I used the info from Preferences and put it into the iPad WebDav fields under “Import, Export, Sync”. but, when I go to the Action menu and choose “Sync WebDav” I get the message “Synchronization failed No connection to server”. What am I doing wrong, please?
the issue with the “out of sync” badges probably is related to the new caching mechanism which we introduced in Notebooks 7.2. You can try to turn that off in Notebooks’ settings (General). – We have temporarily disabled caching in Notebooks 7.2.1.
Regarding the WebDAV server: the quickest way to check and verify the connection settings is to use Finder’s “Connect to…”. Just enter the details given by Notebooks and try to connect. When Finder is able to connect, Notebooks on your iPad should be able to connect as well.
Now it might be that the server address (which Notebooks received from Mac OS) is not absolutely correct. You could try to skip the trailing “.local” and see if that works.
I was also initially having trouble getting the built-in server on Notebooks for Mac and the iOS on the iPhone. (Mavericks 10.9.5 and iOS 7.1.2.)
So I tried the tip above to remove the “.local” from the server address. Now when I initiate sync from the iPhone, it works! I tested adding and modifying some notes, and sync does occur bi-directionally.
Prior to version 1.1, I was preparing to navigate the command line to enable WebDAV within OS X for local syncing purposes. With this easy, built-in sync method, there’s no need! I think this is finally my replacement for the Mark/Space Notes that I used for a long time until Apple discontinued Sync Services. And Notebooks is a far better, more powerful app, anyway.
is 1.1 works on Yosemite?
Yes, it does.
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