FromScratch, the autosaving note taking app I built, just got another update: it now has additional search and replace functionality. It continues to do great in terms of downloads…
I just released FromScratch 1.4.0 with a number of often requested new features: a light theme, portable mode support, installers for all major platforms, full screen support and a handy overview of all the smart shortcuts FromScratch has.
Fromscratch is a simple but smart notetaking app. It gets out of your way with no “note management” interface getting in your way. It automatically saves everything you type so you never lose anything.
You can download FromScratch 1.4.0 for free from the site Fromscratch.rocks.
For those of you that prefer dark text on a light background there is now a light theme. Toggle to it with ctrl/cmd + i.
If you prefer to run FromScratch from a USB stick, or change the directory where your date is saved, you can use the portable mode. Find the info about that in the Readme.
If you want to write your notes in a distraction free environment, the new full screen support (F11) is a great way to get some work done.
If you ever forget how to indent a line, or how to toggle a check box, you can always consult the list of shortcuts by pressing f1.
- New Light theme
- Portable mode (by CTrauma)
- full-screen support
- Installers for all major platforms
- F1 overlay with available keyboard commands
- (MacOs only) Translucent background
- Margins now adapt to available space
- Updated Fira Code, with more and improved symbols and better Retina support
- Small performance and stability improvements
FromScratch. 1.4.0 comes with installers for all major platforms. Get them for free at Fromscratch.rocks.
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