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App Specs
File size:
8.19 MB
July 3, 2013
January 2, 2016

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"Note-C" is a very simple to use application for collecting your notes, snippets and any other piece of text without limiting access to your entries and offering extensive export-features.

Features of Note-C

Saving your entries
Every single entry will be stored in a separate file and you can freely choose where your entries should be saved to. Note-C automatically creates a covenant folder hierarchy where you can find your entries fast, even outside of Note-C. Additionally all entries will be saved in the open txt-file-format so you can open your entries in many text-editors. You keep full control over your entries.
Alternatively you can also save your entries in the open Textbundle-package-format, which collects all data of a single entry into one file. With a single click in the preferences of Note-C you're set up. More infos about the the Textbundle-format can be found at

Creating multiple notebooks
Note-C allows you to create multiple notebooks, so you can diverse your entries by topics and projects.

Special editor and fullscreen-modes
The editor of Note-C offers a lot of features to make writing more efficient and spare you using the mouse, like automatic list-creation (* and - signs) or moving of text-passages with keyboard-shortcuts. Further Note-C has an inbuilt Tab-Action-Manager where you can define texts which will be inserted into your entries by using a self-defined keyword and the Tab-key. Additionally you can set the look of the editor to your preferences: Colors of text and background, font-size and -type, text-margins and more.

Also, Note-C offers the well known fullscreen-mode (OSX 10.7 or higher) and a distraction-free mode where you can completely concentrate on your text.

Collecting external files
You can add to each entry files which will be stored in a separate folder. Note-C offers options to view these files in Note-C itself or to open the files with an external application. Please Note: Files can't be added directly within the text.

Note-C supports following markup-languages: Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile, BBCode, Wikitext, HTML und Smark. Next to shortcuts for bold- and inverse-type and headlines. Further you can use markup while exporting your entries. Further Myary offers an integrated preview-mode to preview your formatted entries.

Quickly writing a strands without starting a new entry, Note-C offers an integrated strands-feature. Using strands allows you to collect notes, annotations or outline-ideas for your entries. To add strands to Note-C, there are diverse options available. Next to writing a strand within the application itself, you can also use the status-bar feature to write a strand or use the Note-C-bookmarklet from to send selected text from most web-browsers to Note-C with a single mouse-click.

Exporting entries
Note-C offers it's own export-manager to export your entries to different text-formats. As formats available are plain text, RTF(text only), RTFD, HTML, Doc(text only), ODT(text only)) and PDF. Choosing these formats, you can also choose to export your entries into single files or to one file, which collects all selected entries.
Additionally there is the option to export your selected entries as an ePub-eBook-file, so you can read your notebook on an eBook-reader.

What's New
  • context-menu-actions for the editor
  • remove markup from selection
  • trim selected text
  • if there is no set icon for a notebook, the corresponding folder-icon of the notebook will be used, individual folder-icons, set by user, can be used
  • selected text, or the whole text when there is no selection, can be shared using the sharing-symbol and will be forwarded to the OSX-Sharing-System (only OSX 10.8 or higher)
  • dock-less-mode (to be set in the preferences), so Note-C can be used like a background-app
  • new preference-option: automatic toggle of the attachment-bar, blend in when there are attachments, blend out if there are no attachments
  • new preference-option: optional line-gutters for the editing-field
  • new preference-behavior: when creating a new notebook and the title of this notebook is still "unnamed notebook", the title will be set to the name of the folder of the notebook automatically

  • improved behavior of the search/replace-bar in conjunction with shortcuts
  • within the attachment-bar, while displaying a preview of the attachments, arrow-keys can be used to navigate between the different attachments
  • when adding attachments to the text, the focus remains on the text, so you can immediately continue writing
  • BBCode 1.0.1 and Smark 1.1.5 implemented
  • several improvements and enhancements of the editor-core
  • improvements when changing notebooks and file-extensions within the preferences
  • improvements regarding displaying icons in the popup-selector of the status-bar panel

  • missing placeholder-text for the search-textfield will be displayed in OSX 10.10+ now
  • resolved an issue when deleting notebooks in the preferences and updating the notebook-switch-navigation-bar

  • Note-C (com.xelaton.notec) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is Note-C 1.30.0.

    Operating System: Mac

    Minimum OS version: 10.6.6

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