Chronos released an update to its SOHO Notes Information Manager (formerly StickyBrain) over the weekend.
The new version features improvements to the app’s blogging and clipboard features as well as a raft of bugfixes, including a fix for handling URLs from Firefox.
Users will benefit most from the new clipboard functions in the DockNote.
Clippings can now be opened, edited and deleted from the clipboard recorder.
A clipping can be saved into Notes as a new note or be replaced with a selection from the current application.
In addition, when the clipboard recorder is turned off, it now stays off.
Other improvements include the option to specify which folder the “Print to PDF” service will save to, better remembering of column width and position between launches (still a problem for me), better explanation of the SOHO sync service, and imrpvoements to Sync’s tolerance of sync faults.
Blogging features have also been improved. A bug preventing notes from being published to TypePad accounts has been fixed.
The app’s Preferences now include a new pane for its blogging features.
It can handle multiple blogging accounts and authentications:
SOHO Notes is shareware (USD 39.99) and is available from the Chronos web site .
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