Saving your entries. Every single entry will be stored in a separate file and you can freely choose where your entries should be saved to. Myary automatically creates a covenant folder hierarchy where you can find your entries fast, even outside of Myary. Additionally all entries will be saved in the open txt-file-format so you can open your entries in many text-editors. You keep full control over your entries.
Creating multiple diaries. Myary allows you to create multiple diaries, so you can diverse your entries by topics and projects.
Special editor and fullscreen-modes. The editor of Myary offers a lot of features to make writing more efficient and spare you using the mouse, like automatic list-creation (* and - signs) or moving of text-passages with keyboard-shortcuts. Additionally you can set the look of the editor to your preferences: colors of text and background, font-size and -type, text-margins and more. Also, Myary offers the well known fullscreen-mode (OS X 10.7 Lion and higher) and a distraction-free mode where you can concentrate on your text wholly.
Collecting external files You can add to each entry files which will be stored in a separate folder. Myary offers options to view these files in Myary itself or to open the files with an external application. Please Note: Files can't be added directly within the text.
Markup-Support. Myary supports following markup-languages: Markdown, Textile, BBCode, Wikitext, HTML und Smark. Next to shortcuts for bold- and inverse-type and headlines. Further you can use markup while exporting your entries.
Notice-Collecting. Quickly writing a notice without starting a new entry, Myary offers an integrated notice-feature. To write notices, Myary offers diverse option. Next to writing a notice within the application itself, you can also use the status-bar feature to write a notice or use the Myary-bookmarklet from most Web browsers to send notices to Myary.
Exporting entries. Myary offers it's own export-manager to export your entries to different text-formats. As formats available are plain text, RTF, RTFD, HTML, DOC, and PDF. Choosing these formats, you can also choose to export your entries into single files or to one file, which collects all selected entries. Additionally there is the option to export your selected entries as an ePub-eBook-file, so you can read your diary on an eBook-reader.
What's new in Myary
New menu and context menu action: Duplicate entry
New alternative markup conversion engine, developed in the Swift programming language, implemented. This can be activated via the Preferences > General > Use internal Swift version of the markup converter (Beta version: Is in continuous development)
Various code areas updated
Appearance of the text statistics adjusted
Color label order of the pop-up button in the toolbar adjusted
Visual improvements to the Tab Action Manager
Tab Action Manager behavior improved when loading, saving and switching between internally and externally stored tab actions
Visual improvements to the export manager
Smark parser updated
Emoticon insertion as images for diaries via drag'n drop under macOS Mojave or newer restored
Webnotes are now correctly declared as such when loading a diary
Fixes an error in the export manager when creating ePub files in which images should be included whose file name contains one or more spaces
Fixed a bug with the bookmarklet which prevented notes from being created with the Bookmarkletlet
Note on the bookmarklet:
The previous bookmarklet for Safari does not work 100% with this version of Myary. The updated bookmarklet for Safari is available at Xelaton.com.
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