Features: A closer look at Journler

Interested in Journler? Be sure you have read the Journler 2.6 announcement and looked over the FAQ. Journler 2.6 will be the last official version of Journler. Journler will then be open sourced and Sprouted development on Journler will end.



Full Feature List

Tabbed Editing

Tabs are the revolutionary way to access multiple documents with ease. Modern web browsers feature tabs so you can move between web pages without opening copies of your web browser or even new windows. Journler features tabs so you can access more than one entry in the same space without ever losing your place.

The tab bar is always active even if you can’t see it. It appears when you begin viewing multiple entries or at launch if you have checked the appropriate option. By default, when you select an entry in the Browse Table or click on an internal link, Journler loads the new entry into the same tab. When you want to open an entry in a new tab, just hold down the command key as you select it.

Separate Windows

If tabs aren’t you’re thing, you can edit your entries in separate windows. By default, when you create a new entry Journler places it in the main content area, but you can change this behavior so that new entries are edited in their own windows.

You can also open previously written entries in their own windows. Like tabs, you can open as many windows as you need and Journler will handle their management. Entry windows give you full access to all of Journler’s features. You can customize their toolbars and operate on the entries in them using all of Journler’s editing capabilities.

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