|Name||eBookBinder 1.5.1 [[TNT] mac-torrent-download.net].zip|
|Created on||2020-08-02 04:41:21|
|Files||eBookBinder 1.5.1 [[TNT] mac-torrent-download.net].zip (18.04 MB)|
eBookBinder is the super-easy tool to create your own ebooks using your existing documents. When compiling your book project, eBookBinder creates an epub file. There are just three major steps to your very own eBook:
Enter book details. Name of the book and its author, add an image for the book-cover, webpage of the publisher and other details can be entered. There is no need to fill all fields, at least you should enter a name for your book.
Add text files as chapters to your book project. Every single text file you add to eBookBinder is treated as a single chapter. Give your chapters a name and order them per drag-and-drop to your desired sequence of chapters.
Create your ebook. Just hit the “Bind Book” Button and eBookBinder will compile the ebook for you. That’s all!
What can be added to eBookBinder:
- eBookBinder supports several different types of text files. Next to plain-text files also DOC, ODT, RTF, RTFD, HTML, Textbundle, Textpack and webarchive files are supported by eBookBinder.
- Support of markup languages eBookBinder also accepts plain-text files written in Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile, Wikitext, and Smark as input. These will be converted on the fly when adding these as chapters to your book-process. Visit the preferences of eBookBinder to determine the file extensions which should be treated for conversion. All files with appropriate file extensions will be converted when imported.
Built-in editor – eBookBinder also features a built-in editor which offers some basic editing features like setting text bold, inverse, or underlined, and alignment of text. However, the best feature of the editor is the reduce feature: select the text you want to keep and hit the reduce button. Anything not selected will be removed. This is ideal for editing web articles to remove all the advertising and navigation stuff quickly.
- macOS 10.10 or later 64-bit
What’s new in eBookBinder 1.5.1
- new alternative markup conversion engine, developed in the Swift programming language, implemented. This can be activated via the Preferences > General > Use internal Swift version of the markup converter (Beta version: Is in continuous development)
- Smark parser updated
- Textile parser updated
- various code areas updated
- improved resource management when creating eBooks
- refined preferences for the file extensions
- fixes a bug for chapters with pictures whose file names contains an &-character
- fixes a bug when importing ePubs in which no preview image of the imported book appears in the projects bar
- fixes a bug in which the projects bar doesn’t work correctly after importing an eBBProject file and only works again after restarting the application