MacJournal is a program for creating, modifying, and managing a personal journal. It can be used for diaries, logs, most anything. And, because it's written using Cocoa in Mac OS X, it supports all the cool OS X doodads you would expect. Things like toolbars, spell checker, font and color panels, localization, and drawers are all utilized to provide you with a useful and consistent interface with that of Mac OS X. Now you can also upload your entries to online blogging services.
What's new in this version:
- Fixed the undo state after creating a journal. NSUndoManager isn't very helpful for anything really.
- Fixed a freeze-up that can occur when you cancel the Blogger panel while it was sending an entry or getting the list of blog IDs from the server.
- If there is a permissions problem saving the registration info MacJournal will prompt you for an administrator password to correct the issue.
- Tossing your data in the Trash and restarting MacJournal will now create ... See all new features »