Scapple is the software equivalent of how I work out my rough ideas on paper. (If I didn't hate the word "brainstorming" so much, I'd probably call it brainstorming software.) When I'm in the early stages of any project, whether that's a writing project or a software project, I tend to throw a bunch of ideas down on a big piece of paper, spacing out as-yet unrelated ideas, clustering related notes, and drawing connections between them, trying to work out how everything fits together.
In short, then, Scapple is a tool for getting early ideas down as quickly as possible and making connections between them. The main
- Fixed bug whereby colour palette popovers would contain a large, empty grey area on Yosemite.
- Fixed bug whereby changing the text colour of a note while editing it would not update the insertion point colour.
- Fixed bug whereby arrows might not be drawn correctly when drawing fell across fractional
- OS X 10.6 or later