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  What's new in Version 2.68 

AllMyNotes Organizer Version 2.68


Release date: December 20, 2012

    

Enhancements:


• Enhanced Sorting of Rich Text Objects (ex: checkboxes, alarms, images, attachments), which, for example, is useful for sorting tables by completion (by checkbox status), or by alarm (alarm date is taken in to account allowing to sort table rows by associated alarm time, e.g.

Enhanced web-clipping (by copy-pasting and drag and drop from the browser app), extended support of secure HTTPS protocol, now images and web-objects are properly carried to AllMyNotes. Also, greatly accelerated images pasting from the web, particularly, by caching previously loaded images, and loading multiple images in the background simultaneously.

• Implemented option to add source page URL (if available in the clipboard) for pasted and dropped text, works for all major browsers - Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, all, except Opera, which, currently, doesn't support any sort rich-text exporting. Note: this option slows down web-clipping, as it connects to the source server in attempt to retrieve source page title, therefore this option is disabled by default. See Options -> Tools -> Internet screen to turn it on. inquired here


    

Fixes:


• Skin theme "Holy Crown - Coffee" renamed (was "Cofee", by error). Not such a big deal, though, if you are using this skin, after the upgrade you'll have to re-select the skin - due to this name change.

• Fixed couple of issues with web-clipping and importing text from HTML files, particularly, the issue with importing checkboxes. A squire braces where placed after each checkbox by error.

• Fixed bug with moving text lines, if it was the only change applied to the text, this change wasn't saved to the database. This issue was posted here

• Some additional minor app improvements and corrections.



    

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