The code scrapbook is finished, and has now produced its first set of articles. Five articles in around ten minutes seems pretty impressive to me.
Making sure that macOS doesn’t mangle source code behind your back, and a simple solution to getting notes exported in the right order.
Transferring a decision-making guide from a quick flowchart into Tinderbox notes.
Now over 20,000 words in length, content ranges from the plain and simple to detailed analysis of Sierra’s log. Free and ready for you to augment and update.
Search engines don’t work, as they’re indifferent to quality and accuracy of content. Existing eBook formats are little more than book-in-browser. So how to publish more demanding content?
Pulling together articles here on Macs, and reshaping their content to create a user reference.
A detailed tutorial showing how you can time events, such as moving from one note to the next, using free and simple tools.
The idea was to create a single document which would get the best out of both apps. Here is my solution, and the file to download.
Getting parallel text working using Tinderbox 7’s new Composite notes, to open access to Ovid’s story of myths.
JSON is a popular standard for data obtained from internet sources. How well is it supported by spreadsheets? And two major upgrades: Tinderbox 7 and Dash 4.