The MacChampion Team has released an update for Alepin, bringing it to version 2.11. Alepin is a notepad utility designed for keeping text notes. The update features numerous performance enhancements including an improved interface and Cocoa support. According to The MacChampion Team:
The MacChampion Team has released Alepin 2.11 today. Alepin is a Note Pad replacement for OS X which offers a plethora of features, while keeping the interface as simple and elegant as possible.
Here are some of the features:
- As simple and clean an interface as we can make it
- Simple navigation of multiple pages
- Categories Drawer, allowing you to name and organise pages into folder-like Categories
- Live URLs
- Shortcuts to enter Date, Time or both
- Auto-open specific file on launch
- Auto-save of documents
- Auto-backup of files
- Quick Find through all pages
- Supports all Cocoa features (services, spell-checking, etc)
- Floating window feature for note-taking
- Internet version checking
- Copy and Paste of graphics with Carbon applications (which TextEdit cannot do)
- and more..
You can find more information about the Alepin update at the MacChampion Web site. Alepin 2.11 is available for US$10.00.