Posts Tagged ‘RainbowNote’

New icon for RainbowNote version 2!

October 18, 2010

 

We’re going to publish a new version of RainbowNote soon.

The next version is quite a big release, so we changed app icon to fresh one!

RainbowNote's new icon

This is a new icon.

The launch image changed, too.

RainbowNote's launch image

If you are using iOS 4 devices, you will see this image just after the first launch.

I hope you will like those new images of our app!

 

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How to convert Google Docs new editor’s documents to the old ones

July 3, 2010

I wrote a post yesterday how to solve Google Docs error 404 (In Google Docs’ settings, uncheck “new editor”).

Unfortunately, changing the setting only affects the new documents created after that.

So the documents you created in the new editor before you enabled old editor, are still bound to new editor (and cause sync error again).

By using export and import, you can convert all your documents bound to new editor to those bound to old editor at once.

How to do it is,

1. Log in to Google Docs from your PC.

2. Check the settings and make sure your editor for new documents is not the new one.

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3. From document list, select the documents created with new editor. Choose “more actions” from menu bar, and click “Export Button”.

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4. Download the documents you selected. You don’t need to change the format from MS-Word, but you can change it as you like except PDF.

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5. Take a look at the documents you downloaded to your PC and check if they are okay.

6. Upload these documents to Google Docs from your PC. You can choose the destination folder you want.

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7. Move the unnecessary documents (the export targets selected in 3) to Trash in Google Docs. After that, you can sync Google Docs with RainbowNote again.

ATTENTION: Your documents created before June 14 are all bound to original editor.

So you don’t need to convert them.

Please feel free to ask us if you feel something unclear.

How to solve Google Docs sync error 404

July 2, 2010

Since Google Documents opened its new editor to public, there’s a lot of bugs founded especially in the API (the ports to allow third party applications to connect Google Docs servers).

We investigate the problem and found Google Docs’ new editor can’t export documents correctly to external applications when you use new document interface.

The detail of the problem is written below, in the issue tracker of Google Docs API.

Issue 2023: Can’t download new document formats

You can avoid the problem if you changed the user interface of Google Docs to the old one (Please be aware the documents you have already created with new interface are still unable to export).

To change the interface of Google Docs, go “Editing” tab on “Document Settings” and remove the check of “Create new text documents using the latest version of the document editor”.

Logout and re-login is recommended to apply the change.

Google Docs Settings

We keep tracking of the problem.

We apologize for your inconvenience.

RainbowNote 1.7.1 is ready

October 29, 2009

Hi all,

RainbowNote version 1.7.1 is ready to download from AppStore.

New feature is “no trimming” option for your photos.

You can choose to edit photo before inserting to note “Yes (Move and Scale)” (default) or “No” from “Photo Setting” .

To access “Photo Setting”menu, touch gear icon from Note List page.

Enjoy!


RainbowNote 1.7 is ready

October 13, 2009

Coconut-trail (Tokyo, Japan) has announced their Note taking application for iPhone “RainbowNote” supports multiple pictures in notes. The function is available from the new version 1.7 that is available on AppStore today.

with RainbowNote 1.7, you can insert pictures in your notes.

With RainbowNote 1.7, you can insert pictures in your notes.

In full-screen mode, mail address, phone numbers, url change active links.

In full-screen mode, mail address, phone numbers, url change active links.

You can send mail from RainbowNote, with background image and pictures.

You can send mail from RainbowNote, with background image and pictures.

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■about RainbowNote

RainbowNote is a note taking application for iPhone / iPod touch. It collaborates with Google Docs, you can import, export and overwrite your notes on the Google Docs server. It has 45 varieties of background images to choose. Size, color and style of font are fully customizable. You can arrange your notes in multi-depth folders. Pass-code protection supported.

AppStore: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=293796980&mt=8

Price: $3.99

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch, Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later

Google Documents maintenance schedule

September 4, 2009

Google has announced scheduled maintenance of Google Documents. Documents and Presentations will not be editable on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009, from 12:00 – 1:30 pm PDT; all documents and presentations should still be accessible.

RainbowNote 1.6 supports inter-app collaboration with “SpellChecker”

August 15, 2009

Coconut-trail (Tokyo, Japan) has announced their Note taking application for iPhone “RainbowNote” works seamlessly with Enfour’s “SpellChecker”. The function is available from the new version 1.6.0 that is available on AppStore today.

RainbowNote auto-detects SpellChecker on iPhone/iPod Touch and send “to SpellChecker (Enfour)” button appears on edit page of a note.

By tapping it, SpellChecker opens automatically with the text and you can check it in six languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian or Dutch).

After finished checking, you can send the text back to RainbowNote by tapping sync(““) button. You can choose overwrite the original note or create new one.

With inter-app collaboration, you can use RainbowNote and SpellChecker as same as one application.

It would help users’ productivity as it is simple to use and much quicker than using copy-paste between two applications.

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■about RainbowNote

RainbowNote is a note taking application for iPhone / iPod touch. It collaborates with Google Docs, you can import, export and overwrite your notes on the Google Docs server. It has 45 varieties of background images to choose. Size, color and style of font are fully customizable. You can arrange your notes in multi-depth folders. Pass-code protection supported.

AppStore: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=293796980&mt=8

Price: $3.99

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch, Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later

■about SpellChecker

The only as-you-type spell check solution on the platform. English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Dutch dictionaries are included. Also emoji input is supported.

AppStore http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=317198365&mt=8

Price $1.99

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch, Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later

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How to solve the Google Docs importing problem

July 31, 2009

★★ Important Information ★★

Since July 30, Google Docs server has modified their data retrieving system.

When you import documents from Google Docs to RainbowNote version 1.5.1, your notes look empty.

To solve this problem, please change the setting of RainbowNote from iPhone/iPod touch’s “Settings” -> “RainbowNote” -> “Download Mode ” -> “Html2”.

Picture instruction is available below.

Thank you for your corporations.

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RainbowNote 1.3.4 is ready

May 18, 2009
Double rainbow. Note reversal of spectrum.
Image via Wikipedia

Hi all,

RainbowNote version 1.3.4 is ready to download from AppStore now.

New feature is “Quick Note”. You can make a new note with just click of a button.

Note title is filled with the first sentence of the note automatically.

We hope you enjoy our product!

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Temporary Upload Problem of Google Docs

April 18, 2009
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ATTENTION!
Temporarily, to upload a note from RainbowNote to Google Docs does not work correctly. If your notes contains Japanese, Chinese, Korean and some characters like $, those characters are converted to question marks.

It’s not a trouble caused by RainbowNote.
It is due to Google Docs Service is partially in trouble ( From your PC, you can check the trouble is on the Google service by uploading TXT or HTML file using web browser).

We’ve already asked Google to solve this problem.
Please use send mail function instead of save to Google Docs.

Thank you for your patience.

P.S. We fixed the problem already!

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