Evernote-based Everpad 1.10 adds lists and checkboxes
Create Evernote notes, sync notes with the online-based Evernote, access created notes via the Dash, open notes via an appindicator, etc, are functionalities contained into Everpad, an interesting application designed with combining the power of Evernote with the Ubuntu desktop in mind, furthermore, expressing the mentioned functionalities via an integrated utility, "touching" Ubuntu's key points, such as Unity launcher, Dash, appindicator, desktop notification, etc.
Everpad has been updated to another meaningful release, 1.10, enlarging its abilities to create notes, as well as bringing various fixes.
Recently, Everpad gained a refined note-creation window, shifting from a regular look & feel to a more vivid, pleasant-to-the-eye interface.
Align Left, etc, can be easily used to edit text when creating notes, buttons properly exposed on its toolbar (and thus 1-click away available).
When writing text as a bulleted list, its specific button must be clicked, then, writing words (such as
my test), adds a bulleted list entry with
my test, pressing
Enter, creates another bulleted entry; in order to disable the bulleted list, the user is to press
Enter (after another "bullet" has been generated by typing the
Enter key, basically, pressing
The mentioned features definitely take Everpad a solid step further in note maneuvering, meaning, along with the traditional note-creation approach, the user can create detailed documents with numerous text editing-specific bits.
How do we install Everpad 1.10?
Add the following PPA (Oneiric, Precise, Quantal)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nvbn-rm/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install everpad
In order to access the lens, a computer restart is required.
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