Release Notes: This release adds an all/any switch to the tag search. In the previous versions, searching by tags results in the fragments tagged with ‘all’ of the specified tags. From this version, you can switch between ‘all’ and ‘any’. ‘Any’ displays the fragments tagged with ‘any’ of the specified tags. It also adds a "related fragments" feature in the fragment page where the list view displays all the fragments tagged with any of the tags of the focused fragment.
Release Notes: This release extends the fragment incremental search to support tags in addition to keywords. You can add tags for the fragment list to include or exclude the ones with the specified tags. It also adds MathJax support, which allows you to embed mathematics notation by writing LaTeX expressions in the content of a fragment.
Release Notes: This release adds another alternative to the navigation features: Fragment Quick View. It allows you to move through a knowledge-fragment network, fragment by fragment, more lightly. Mouse hovering over a link to a fragment for a second brings up a pop-up view for the fragment. In the pop-up view, you can move to another fragment via the links.
Release Notes: This release changes the tag icons to have different colors according to the types of tags.
Release Notes: This release adds a button at the bottom of the content, which allows it to expand the sub-fragments without needing to scroll back to the fragment header. It also adds support for non-ASCII filenames when you upload files as file fragments.
Release Notes: This release adds a pop-up view which allows you to browse a large or deep tag tree (and other types of view) more comfortably than the tag palette.
Release Notes: This release makes a quick update to the fragments view search. Typing a fragment ID (number) starting with ‘#’ in the search box shows the fragment directly if it exists in the database. It also contains several minor improvements and a bugfix.
Release Notes: This release adds an incremental keyword-search feature to the fragments view. The external links in the content of fragments are now marked with an icon. The calendar feature on the home page has been removed.
Release Notes: This release adds some changes to Document View to improve its accessibility. Pages in Document View can be accessed via a short-form URL like: /d/<id>, /d/<name>. A Document View button has been added to the global header, which allows you to open the home fragment in Document View. Internal links in Document View have been updated to point to the pages in Document View rather than to the pages in standard view.
Release Notes: This release updates Document View. The new version of Document View has a navigation bar and table of contents in each page. The navigation bar allows you to move to the parent fragments and directly jump to the home fragment. The table of contents is useful for grasping the outline when the page is large. Document View now supports smart phones and tablets. You can browse through your database with your smart phone or tablet more comfortably than with older versions.