Taylor Design has released an update to List Pad. List Pad is a list manager, and more, and the new version, 1.3.2, is a maintenance release to address some bugs. According to Taylor Design:
Taylor Design announced the release of List Pad 1.3.2, an update to the Mac OS list manager.
List Pad 1.3.2 fixes four bugs found in the 1.3.1 release, including several bugs in the preferences dialogs and the saving of user preferences. It is a recommended upgrade for all users.
What is List Pad?
List Pad is a flexible yet easy to use data management utility with powerful filtering, sorting, alarms, price calculations, and categorization features.
List Pad is similar to a to do list manager but far more flexible. List Pad can handle virtually any kind of short to medium length data list, and is designed to handle data too long and complex for Note Pad or a text file yet too short and simple to warrant pulling out a full blown database.
List Pad is ideal for all kinds of to do lists, reminder lists, purchase lists, sales lists, packing lists, goal lists, etc. List Pad can help you enter, store, organize, and retrieve all those necessary little bits of information that can make life so hectic without forcing you to waste time designing your own databases or constantly formatting a text file.
What does List Pad require for use?
- A Macintosh or 100% compatible clone with a 68020 or higher processor. List Pad is optimized for PowerPC.
- Mac OS 7.1 or higher.
- A minimum of 2.5 MB of hard disk space for the complete install (including manuals, sample files, etc).
- A minimum of 1.7 MB of free RAM for the PPC version, and 2.2 MB for the 68K version.