The MacChampion Team has released an update for Alepin, bringing it to version 2.3. Alepin is a notepad utility designed for keeping text notes. The update features numerous performance enhancements including improved importing and bug fixes. According to The MacChampion Team:
Just dropping you a note to let you know Alepin has now reached version 2.3 which adds some nifty new features and fixes a few minor bugs.
Alepin is a clean and simple implementation of a Notepad & Scrapbook for Mac OS X. It offers some nifty features like importing from the Classic Note Pad, Stickies X or folders of text files, RTFD Export, multi-page documents, Auto-open of a specific file, auto-save, QuickFind, sorting and naming using the Categories drawer and rapid navigation through all pages using the slider. If also copies graphics to Carbon apps, which TextEdit cannot do well. It is available in French as well.
- Now Imports hierarchies of Text, RTF, RTFD and HTML (limited to mostly text) files
- URLs can now be dragged and dropped
- Detecting URLs while typing can be turned off in the Preferences
- New Detect URLs Now menu
- New URLs detected (file://, firstname.lastname@example.org for emails)
- New preferences for launch behaviour. You can now select to open a file, open a blank document or open nothing
- Auto-page can now be On by default as set in the preferences
- Fixed QuickFind in a few more ways (will this ever end?)
You can find more information about the Alepin update at the MacChampion Web site. Alepin 2.3 is available for US$10.00.