The Journal Newsletter – February 2012

I hope everyone had a great February! Mine’s been busy (the baby is beginning to crawl everywhere and pull up on everything that offers a handhold), but great! =)

A new update of The Journal 5 has been released. The big news with this release, as promised last month, is the inclusion of a German translation of the menus and UI elements, as well as a full Russian translation to replace the partial translation from last fall. Check out the News section below for more details, and check out this month Tips for how to use the new translations.

The Journal Newsletter – January 2012

Happy New Year!

I hope everyone’s new year is off to a great start. I always find January exciting, and this one is no different. I’m working on some updates of The Journal, and I’m looking forward to working on (and finishing) some new writing projects this year.

Amateur historian Laura Donaldson is back to remind us that the future only knows what we tell it, and I have a couple new tips to share about using The Journal.

Special Note for International Users: A translation of The Journal’s menus and forms into German is almost ready, plus there is a completed version of the Russian translation. I expect to announce an update with that these translations in the next few weeks. If you would like this update earlier, feel free to email me.

The Journal Newsletter – January 2011

Happy New Year!

I hope everyone’s 2011 is off to a great start. I’ve been keeping busy writing fiction and doing a bit of bughunting in The Journal 5.1. Which is why there is an update of The Journal 5.1 now available. =) See “The Journal News” below for more information.

Writing Prompts 3: Starting Sentences is also available. “Starting Sentences” by Mike Hommel is the latest writing prompts add-on for The Journal 5. See “The Journal News” below for more information.

Finally, in “How I Use The Journal”, Rich Hill talks about his mother’s lifelong journaling and how he is using The Journal to record his own life and transcribe the journals of his mother.

The Journal Newsletter – December 2010

Happy Holidays, everyone!

I’m working on a minor (free) update of The Journal 5.1. So if you have any bugs you haven’t reported because you were waiting for Christmas, now is a good time to let me know. 🙂 I had hoped to have this update done before Christmas, but it might not be available until after the New Year. If I get it done before then, I’ll announce it on the email discussion list.

This month’s tips show you how to copy and paste entries from the entry tree, and how to select more than one entry to create a batch for copying, pasting, etc. Finally, I describe how I used The Journal to write my newly released young adult novel, The Girl Who Ran With Horses.

The Journal Newsletter – October 2010

Welcome to the last week of October!

An update of The Journal 5.1 is now available. See “The Journal News” below for more information.

October means that NaNoWriMo is next month (next *week*)! If you’re participating in Nano this year, feel free to look me up. I’m “DavidRM” (as I usually am). Also, make a point to stop by The Journal’s promotional thread in the forums and tell how you use The Journal. Here’s a link:
http://www.nanowrimo.org/eng/node/3713968

If you’re not familiar with NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), check it out at their Web page:
http://www.nanowrimo.org

This month’s tips tell you how to repair and optimize your Journal Volume(s).

The Journal Newsletter – September 2010

It’s autumn! (My favorite time of year.)

A new writing prompts add-on is in the works, as is a new minor update of The Journal 5.1. I expect to have more news about both of those in next month’s newsletter.

The Journal is now on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/DavidRM-Softwares-The-Journal/138124756233010

If you’re on Facebook, please drop by. And Like us. We can’t get enough
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This months tips describe how to drag-and-drop entries between categories and how to get detailed information about your entries.

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