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points 1.1
Jan 08, 2004 01:55AM
Contributed by: joe@deallus.com
http://deallus.com/points/
Download: 262k Disk Image

Points was developed to make it easy to track and report status items. It's a focused application dedicated to keeping simple lists, and then easily allowing you to do a wide variety of things with that list. Support is included for emailing the list, logging it to a file, posting it to a blog, and most recently enabled - custom scripted actions. With version 1.1, you can now invoke a script that you write to process the results of your list.

1.1.0: (January 7th, 2004)
added support for emailing points via Eudora as well as Apple's Mail
Fixed a data loss bug where text details of a point were getting lost
Added support for cut, copy, and paste from points list in multiple formats
internal "points" data format
HTML
Text
Added drag-and-drop copy of points in list
Added script process of output in XML format ("hackable")
Added font selection for text view of notes
Added preference to remember open files and reopen them if set when the application launches.
Fixed bug where a saved document with no "points" would not allow new points to be added after being opened.


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