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He really, really needs to write the Automation chapter of Help  :)

I just saw on Reddit that the app has been updated again, and then noticed there's been a start on the Automation chapter.

He said that v.2 was a very big update, and that the Automation chapter was/will be tantamount to a tutorial on programming.

He's very responsive to comments, which is a nice change in this world of big arrogant corporations.

Whilst rootling around for better web clipping, I came across Upnote.

The thread has moved on, with no further comment on Upnote?

Living Room / M-Discs; any experience of these?
« on: February 06, 2024, 03:10 PM »
I only recently heard about M-Discs, M-DISCw, which are claimed to be much more durable than standard CDs/DVDs.

Does anyone have any experience of these, please?

General Software Discussion / Re: Notepad Based Calculators
« on: January 02, 2024, 04:28 PM »
You might also like to look at EDI - TEXTEDITORWarning - I haven't tried it.  From the Features List:

With Edi FREE you can mail merge into multiple PDF files and send them as an email.

Edi FREE is a professional spreadsheet and a word processor program.

You may use Edi FREE without registration and without any obligations at no cost, as long as you wish, even for commercial purposes.
In case, more functionality is needed - you can upgrade to Edi PRO.

Bit du Jour are offering a discount on the Pro version.  It needs .NET, if that bothers you.  I think their main point is that the word processor and spreadsheet functions are much better integrated than Microsoft Office.

General Software Discussion / Re: Notepad Based Calculators
« on: December 30, 2023, 03:31 PM »
Did you forget you started a similar thread here before - notepad calculator?

Did CalcTape not suit you?

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