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    DT has surprised me how condusive it is to writing, not only due to it's beautiful layout and font but the manner by which gestures make the experience seamless, even elegant.

    I use lots of sheets in a stack, using the default structure of the title and paragraph as one uses heading styles in other document apps. It works like the cork board layout from Scrivener for me.

    When exporting a stack from DT I end up with many individual text files which I have to recombine to read my writings from any other application. Sending these archive sets to any other iPad app such as zen viewer hd illustrates the issue for me.

    It would be great to have an export archive which combines all the sheets into one text file. I know heading styles (which I'm using the title for) are not in DT by design (and are part of the private API challenges for Ulysses Mobile) but having a basic heading and paragraph style setting would make the exported text file more manageable outside DT. In many sheets I only have a title so the exported sheet is just a file name and not editable text.

    As an afterthought being able to import such a combined file (as txt/PDF) could allow visual editing in uPad and other handwriting notepad apps. I much prefer writing in DT than any other iPad app with it's beautiful interface and being able to review my writings with hand written notations/sketches would be just brilliant.

    Thanks for considering the request. <edited out comment as feature exists>
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      CommentAuthorjgjones28
    • CommentTimeJul 2nd 2011 edited
     
    re: "I think it would also be great if the forum was broken into sections for each of your products to make it easier to navigate and participate."

    Click on the Categories tab at the top of the page to see all the individual sub-forums.
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      CommentAuthorfehnman
    • CommentTimeJul 2nd 2011
     

    For all the rest: 1.1, next week or so. :)

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      CommentAuthorurbanbike
    • CommentTimeJul 10th 2011
     
    Bon, je ne voudrais pas être désagréable mais @fehnman (post précédent) écrit next "week or so"… On y est les gars…!!
    Bon, d'accord, il n'a pas précisé l'année :-)