The MacChampion Team has released an update for Alepin, bringing it to version 2.4. Alepin is a notepad utility designed for keeping text notes. The update features improved file management and other enhancements. According to The MacChampion Team:
Hereis a short message to announce version 2.4 of Alepin, our Cocoa Notepad for Mac OS X.
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.
Here is a list of new features in 2.4:
- Better management of auto-save file on locked volumes
- You can now tab out of the page title field when the Info Bar is displayed
- Auto-page on Paste or Drop now creates a new page before pasting, so your latest drop or paste is always visible
- Changed Delete shortcut to Command-Delete
- Using the page slider now optionnally displays page names instead of numbers
- You can now change the display font for Categories
- You can now change the default font for New pages
- Copy/Paste/Drag from Microsoft Word now imports properly formatted text instead of a graphic
You can find more information about the Alepin update at the MacChampion Web site. Alepin 2.4 is available for US$10.00.