I’ve put together a quick demonstration of two of the major new features in Tinderbox 7: Composites and Quick Links. I don’t delve too deeply into each feature, but hope to convey the basics for those who are considering upgrading to the latest version of Tinderbox.
Tinderbox 7 has been released by Eastgate Systems. It is jam-packed with new features (find a list here), but the biggest addition is the “composite,” a collection of notes that are all associated. Think of a note as an atom and the composite as a molecule. Tbx 7 comes with four composite prototypes, two of which I’ve displayed in the screenshot above. You can easily build your own composites just by sliding notes up against each other. When you do so, they become joined and a gray-lined box is created around them.
I haven’t tried to put this feature to practical use yet. When I do, I’ll try to create a screencast.
The other most significant addition is that you can create a kind of wiki link in the text of a note to link one note to another. As usual, the upgrade is free if your annual subscription to Tinderbox is active. Otherwise, it’s $98 for an upgrade, $249 for a new purchase.