Work on ScratchPad 2.0 started

14 March 2014
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This past week work on ScratchPad 2.0 has finally begun. I am writing the entire program from the ground up to take advantage of the latest technologies available in OS X and to clean out old, deprecated code that was still relevant when ScratchPad was first started with Mac OS X 10.4. Version 2.0 will also contain some of the most requested features such as the ability to search through all notes, a plain text option, a list of notes, note titles and the ability to rearrange notes. There will also be a few more goodies, but I’ll save those for later.

For the 2.0 project, I have moved ScratchPad’s source code to GitHub which means that those who are interested can follow its progress there.

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Alex Seifert
Alex is a developer, a drummer and an amateur historian. He enjoys being on the stage in front of a large crowd, but also sitting in a room alone, programming something or writing about history.

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  1. Rafael Montserrat
    14 March 2014 6:58 pm  link


    Great to hear about your progress on Scratchpad 2.0.

    May I remind you of a request I made some time ago about not having to uncheck “Check spelling while you type” every time Scratchpad opens?


    Rafael Montserrat

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