We are glad to announce that Notebooks for Windows 1.0 is now available for download and purchase – just in time before the last beta version finally expired.
When you download and install Notebooks for Windows, it is in a 30 day trial mode, during which it is fully functional. If you want to use Notebooks beyond that time, you need to register and purchase a license, but you are free to register Notebooks anytime sooner as well.
For those who were using the beta versions, Notebooks 1.0 will look quite familiar; we have tried to improve the user interface and added a lot of functionality, but basically, everything works as usual. That said, there is no doubt that Notebooks for Windows still needs to catch up with Notebooks on iOS, but we are constantly working on that.
To celebrate the release of Notebooks for Windows, we offer all versions of Notebooks at a discounted price.
We want to thank you for your encouragement during the beta phase, and as always, we are looking forward to your feedback and comments,
But now, head over and download the new Notebooks for Windows 1.0.
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Congratulations on wrapping up Notebooks for Windows 1.0.
When I first used this version, the fonts were unclear – sort of ghost like on my screen. I’m not sure why but perhaps it’s set to load a font that’s non-standard on a Windows PC?
When I changed the default fonts in Preferences it looked much better.
Just wanted to pass that along in case anyone else had the same problem.
thank you for you feedback. You are correct, Notebooks by default loads “Source Sans Pro”, a font that comes with Notebooks and is non standard on Windows. We will look into this again, and maybe it makes more sense to use a different font as default.
Congrats on finally shipping v1! I am very tempted to buy this (own the Mac version) but I have a problem with the Windows version where mouse clicks are extremely laggy/don’t register. It is only a problem with Notebooks, all the other programs running on my system interact fine. Help!?
sorry to hear you are having issues with Notebooks for Win. Which version of Windows are you using? Are the clicks lagging in both the tree view and the list view or just in one of them? If you turn off the preview lines, does that make a difference?
sorry for the late reply, summer vacation and everything in Europe 🙂
I’m using Windows 7 Professional – SP1 64 bit. The lag happens regardless of using tree or list view. It’s only mouse interactions as well, key strokes register normally (or at least what I perceive as normal).
For example on a fresh install when asked to select a folder for my notebooks, using the mouse to navigate to my desired folder results in lag between the time I double click on a folder to when the dialog changes to said folder. In fact most of the time the dialog registers the two clicks so far a part that instead of entering the folder it switches to renaming for the folder (normal Windows behavior). When using the keyboard to navigate how ever is just fine.
I know this is primarily written for Mac (of which I brought a license), it would be perfect if I could get this working on my work PC however because then my notes are easily synced between work (PC) and home (Mac/Linux).
cheers and keep up the good work!
So… after much more trouble shooting I have finally got to the bottom of my mouse problem. The mouse software that was running for my Evoluent Vertical mouse 4 (software supplied by Evoluent, it’s optional). Uninstalled that, using the default Windows drivers now and everything is perfect. Just thought I would post an update if anyone else stumbles across this very unlikely problem.
Windows license purchased, this is my go to cross platform note taking app, thanks again for all your hard work Alfons!
Thanks a lot for the update, Rhys. We have been guessing what might cause the lag, and so we are glad to hear that you were able to locate and fix the issue.
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