Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.9 or higher
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
More info: http://www.eastgate.com/Tinderbox/
Tinderbox is a personal content management assistant. It stores your notes, ideas, and plans. It can help you organize and understand them. And Tinderbox helps you share ideas through Web journals and Web logs.
Tinderbox's agents automatically scan your notes, looking for patterns and building relationships. Agents help discover relationships and help make sure important things don't get lost. Agents are easy to make and easy to modify. They're flexible and powerful. And Tinderbox can even gather and update changing information and breaking news from the Internet.
When it's time to share your notes, Tinderbox can assemble multiple notes into one page. Updates are a breeze -- even if you update several times a day. Private notes, timestamps, permanent links, archives: everything you want, just the way you want it.
What's New in Version 6.5.0:
Note: Now requires OS X 10.9 or later
Common Words - Get Info uses a new and better visualization method. Users can also choose a scope to examine: the selected note, the note and its descendants, all descendants of the note’s container, or the entire document. The font used by Common Words is the NameFont of the selected note.
Link labels may be dragged a short distance from their nominal position in order to improve their appearance.
A new link style, broad, is now available.
A new plot pattern, ring(), is now available.
Optional arguments allow you to specify a minimum value, a maximum value, and a target value.
Notes with non-rectangular shapes may now use the bar, vbar, pie, and ring patterns.
Large badges with $BadgeSize > 32 now respect the shape of the note and are clipped to its border. Small badges, as before, may extend outside the drawn region of the note.
The new string operator .find returns the location of the first occurrence of a substring. If $MyString contains "We hold these truths to be self-evident", $MyString.find("hold") will return 3. If the string is not found, .find returns -1.
Intervals now provide day, hour, minute, and second operators for converting the interval to familiar units. For example, suppose $MyInterval is 12 hours. $MyInterval.day will be 0.5, $MyInterval.hour will be 12, and $MyInterval.minute will be 720.
Numeric computations now use greater accuracy, which will reduce rounding errors.
Expressions of the form date($MyString) now evaluate correctly.