Note-C is a very simple application for collecting your notes, snippets, and any other pieces of text without limiting access to your entries, yet offering extensive export features.
Saving your entries. Every single entry will be stored in a separate file and you can freely choose where your entries should be saved. All entries are saved in the open TXT file format so you can open your entries in many text editors.
Creating multiple notebooks. Note-C allows you to create multiple notebooks, so you can classify your entries by topic and project.
Special editor- and fullscreen-modes. Note-C's editor offers a lot of features to make writing more efficient and minimize use of the mouse, such as automatic list creation (* and - signs) or moving of text passages with keyboard shortcuts. Also, Note-C offers fullscreen mode in OS X 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Collecting external files. You can add files to each entry which will be stored in a separate folder.
Markup Support. Note-C supports the following markup-languages: Markdown, Textile, BBCode, Wikitext, HTML, and Smark.
Notice Collecting. Note-C offers a range of methods for creating a notice: use its integrated notice feature, the status bar, or the Note-C bookmarklet available for most Web browsers.
Exporting entries. Export to plain text, RTF, RTFD, HTML, DOC, ODT, and PDF, and choose to export your entries into separate files or to one file which collects all selected entries. You can also export your selected entries as an ePub-eBook file.
What's new in Note-C
Setting up the notebooks now has its own area in the preferences and has been completely redesigned
New preference option: Automatically adjust the order of notebooks according to their use
Display of the icon selection gallery for notebooks has been replaced by a new system
Display of the preview of individual entries has been replaced by a new system
Various internal updates
Various smaller improvements and optimizations
Various internal improvements for the right-click menu of the entry listing
Improved behavior of Note-C if the order of the notebooks is changed in the preferences
Changing the typographic quotation marks in the preferences has an immediate effect, a restart is no longer necessary
Preference option for the editor: the font size can now also be set with an own size in addition to the predefined values
Support for more types of plain text attachments (css, php, etc.)
Attachments are displayed alphabetically in the attachment bar
Fixes a bug that caused Note-C to crash when all Attachments of an currently displayed entry were deleted outside of Note-C
Fixes an error that caused the attachment icon to appear in the entry list even though there are no attachments
Fixes an error in the preview of text attachment where black text appeared on a black background
Fixes a bug that prevented attachment files in bundle format (e.g. textbundle, RTFD) from appearing in the attachment bar
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