This is primarily an infrastructure release, paving the way for Tinderbox for Windows. But there's plenty of great new stuff here for everyone:
- Quick lists (like this)
- Much faster interactive spell checking
- Lots of new, advanced HTML export features
- Support for richer syndication formats -- both RSS and Atom
Update: early feedback.
- Jon Buscall: "Finally, something to put a smile on my face! Tinderbox 2.2 is out today. This note was written in 2.2 and exported to TypePad within 2 minutes of downloading.... In the two years I've been using Tinderbox it's become the application I open first every day. It was an integral tool for drafting and redrafting my doctoral thesis, rewriting my second novel and it's the application I use most as a teacher and writer both in and out of the classroom."
- Doug Miller: "Tinderbox has become so ubiquitous to how I work that it's nearly become something I don't even notice anymore. Every day, I continually have three to four Tinderbox documents open. I would be far more difficult to run my business without out it. Aside from my Day Book document, which I use to keep track of all the myriad calls, documents, and personal interactions I have throughout the day, and my web log, I use Tinderbox to track the details of every home I show to every client"
- Gordon Meyer: "Yet another reason I have this app as a login item, it's nearly as important to me as my email program."