Daily Jotter works with macOS Sierra!
This is what's changed in Daily Jotter
1.5 - 21 January 2013
- Daily Jotter is now sandboxed. Consequently, the minimum version that it will run on is 10.7.3.
- You can now set the default font name and size in the preferences.
- Implemented a lock system to avoid data loss when using Daily Jotter on multiple computers with Dropbox.
- New status bar showing the word count. Show/Hide using Cmd+/ or via the view menu.
- Three finger swipe on a Magic Trackpad will now change the current day.
- Implemented a "daily target word count" preference which is displayed in the new status bar.
- Changed some of the toolbar icons for more consistency.
1.3 - 25 January 2012
- Full screen support for Lion
- Added day of the week to the date in the title.
- Fixed bug where changing the folder would delete the current day's file if it existed in the destination folder, but not in the source one.
- Added Format->Reset Text Style and bound to shift+cmd+T. This also honours your current selection or resets the entire page if no text is selected.
- Changed keyboard shortcut for Page->Today to cmd+T
- Changed keyboard shortcut for Format->Font->Show Font to option+cmd+T
- Added toolbar buttons for the Entries window and the Find panel
- Daily Jotter now only saves to disk if you pause typing for a short while.
- Removed "Daily Jotter" from title bar
- Mirror files back to Application Support folder in preparation for Sandboxing
1.2.1 - 23 April 2011
- Fixed printing so that the end of longer lines are not truncated.
1.2 - 16 February 2011
- New "Entries" window available from the Window menu or cmd+L.
- Print multiple entries from the Entries window.
- Export multiple entries from the Entries window.
- Save multiple entries from the Entries window.
- More modern look to toolbar buttons.
1.1 - 23 January 2011
- New Export menu item on the File menu.
- You are now able to drag images into an entry.
- Update credits in About box to have correct URL in it.
- Display of date now matches the "long" date format in System Preferences.
- Save/Load RTF format if can't find RTFD for future compatibility with iOS/Windows
1.0 - 6 January 2011
- Initial release