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Name: Findings Version: 1.1.1 Mac Platform: Intel Includes: Pre-K'ed OS version: 10.9 or later Processor type(s) & speed: 64 bit RAM minimum: N/A Video RAM: N/A What's New Version 1.1.1: New: psychology field and subfields in the protocol library, as well as additional subcategories for the cookery "field". New: subscription to pre-release versions of Findings. To be notified of beta versions, check the corresponding box in Preferences > Options. Improvement: multiple spaces can be inserted, instead of being collapsed into one. Improvement: native full-screen window button in Yosemite. Improvement: displaying the year for dates outside the current year in the experiment cards. Fix: typing composed characters using special keyboard input (Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc) could lead to extra "fantom" characters. Fix: undo not working when deleting an attachment while the selection includes part of the legend. Fix: now showing styled text for the next task in experiment cards, instead of exposing the ugly and confusing markup. Fix: experiment cards scrolling area not properly aligned with the window borders. Fix: removing unused menu items that would only lead to confusion. Fix: unsightly baseline changes when applying subscript or superscript. Fix: the window would sometimes remain blank after exiting the welcome guide or the store. Fix: rare issue where Dropbox sync could not be started because of an attachment with an extension starting with 'fd'. Fix: library would not load when using Dropbox and the OS X account name is different from the home folder name. Pre-cracked by me so the trial doesn't expire. More info: http://findingsapp.com Findings Findings is a Mac electronic lab notebook designed for scientists that aims to replace the paper lab notebook still in use in most research labs. Lab notebooks are crucial when running experiments to keep track of what one is doing so that results can later be reproduced, assembled and published. There is something great about paper and the freedom and flexibility it affords, however since 2014 paper has started to show its limits in areas where computers are taking over such as storing results, analysing data, searching, replicating, sharing, preserving, and more. Findings is a good fit for “academic” research, where new assays and new types of experiments are designed and used every day, and where flexibility is key. Findings ambition is simple: making your computer THE tool to run experiments and keep lab records so that results can later be reproduced, assembled and published effortlessly. Organize your experiments, effortlessly. All your experiments are in one place, neatly arranged and easy to browse. Ongoing experiments. At a glance, see what you have planned for today and this week. Completed experiments. Once finished, your results are safely stored alongside your notes and the protocols you used. Projects. Assign experiments to specific projects, so you can focus on what matters most, the moment you need it.