The Journal 7 Build #1007 is a bugfix and minor update release. This is a free update for all registered users of The Journal 7. See below for upgrading instructions. Bugs Fixed In “Export Entries to Document…”, if exporting the entire journal, password-protected categories are being exported without verifying the password. Sometimes seeing “Preparing for […]
The Journal Newsletter April 2016 Introduction Tips & Tricks Writing Prompts Submission Information Introduction April showers (and a bit of April thunder) have arrived here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It’s wet out, and still a bit cool, but it’s all good. Except that bit about having to mow the lawn. =) This month’s tip describes The […]
The Journal 7 and Stardock’s WindowBlinds sometimes trip over each other. If you are using WindowBlinds, and The Journal 7 is crashing with an access violation as soon as you try to run it, then you need to take this step: Go into WindowBlinds and add an exclusion for The Journal 7. If you have […]
After a very mild winter, spring is breaking here in Oklahoma. Rain. Tree buds. Flowers. Children on temporary reprieve from classes. Allergies. Some crazy “spring forward” nonsense. It’s great. =)
A new update of The Journal 7 is available. See “The Journal News” below for more information.
This month’s tip tells you how to use the editor’s optional ruler, and we have a handful of new writing prompts that might or might not have anything to do with spring.
The Journal 7 Build #987 is a bugfix and minor update release. This is a free update for all registered users of The Journal 7. See below for upgrade instructions. Bugs Fixed Clicking on a folder-only category in the category tree is causing an error. “Match whole words only” option in Search Entries forming incorrect […]
Welcome to February! Somewhere in my schooling I once read that February used to be known as “cabbage planting month.” I’ve never planted cabbage, so I don’t know if that’s true. Nor have I been able to verify (using Google) that any civilization or culture has ever, actually called February “cabbage planting month.” So I’m not sure if this a failure of my education, or a sign of latent creativity. =)
The Journal 7 Build #969 is a bugfix and minor update release. This is a free update for all registered users of The Journal 7. See below for upgrade instructions. Bugs Fixed Sometimes getting “Divide by zero” error on startup. On “Apply Topic” form, autocomplete list is being cut off, and isn’t showing scrollbar. In […]
Happy New Year! I hope your 2016 is off to a great start.
We have a new update of The Journal 7 available. Check out “The Journal News” for what’s new and different.
We also have a new set of writing prompts, and this month tips explores the new category layout options in The Journal 7.
The Journal 7 Build #951 is a bugfix and minor update release. This is a free update for all registered users of The Journal 7. Bugs Fixed When upgrading entries, sometimes choosing a heading style when a Normal-based style makes more sense. In Search Entries, can’t search for & (ampersand) character. In Search Entries, the […]
by Peter Watson For many years I have been trying to find the ‘ideal’ software for my local history research, with particular regard to house reconstitution, and the most sensible way of recording, accessing and displaying the information collected. The family historian has so much more available to him, commercially, by way of choice of […]