MindCad has released an update for Pyramid, bringing it to version 1.1.7. Pyramid is a utility designed for visually outlining ideas. The update features new viewing options and automated update checking. According to MindCad:
MindCad has updated Pyramid, its visual thinking software for OS X, to version 1.1.7.
A visual thinking tool, Pyramid can be used to create non-linear representations of many different types of subject matter. For example, writers can diagram story structure, students can create memorization maps of academic subjects, and business managers can design, present and track project strategies.
Nw features added since version 1.1 include options to view notes on a detached floating panel, center-justify multi-line topics, and automatically check for updates upon startup. Also new is the ability to hide annotation, the ability to control the amount of white space that delineates subtrees attached to topics, and a comprehensive set of object alignment commands.
You can find more information about the Pyramid update at the MindCad Web site. The Pyramid update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$29.00.