Thursday, March 28, 2013

Browser notepad

From Jose Jesus Perez Aguinaga, a one-line browser notepad. Type this text into your browser’s address bar to create a temporary notepad:



The comments appended to Perez Aguinaga’s post offer many variations on this theme. My favorite: this one by Vladimir Carrer. That I might never use the browser notepad does nothing to diminish its way-coolness.

[Me, I like nvALT, Simplenote, TextWrangler, and WriteRoom.]

comments: 6

mwschmeer said...

I'm with you on Notational Velocity, Textwrangler,and Writeroom. I just wish there was a current version of nvALT that ran on Tiger & Leopard PPC, because I am stuck on old machines at home and NV and nvALT can't share databases.

Michael Leddy said...

I still have NV on an older Mac with Tiger— I have no problem syncing with nvALT elsewhere. Or at least not yet.

The Arthurian said...

Interesting! In Firefox I can even save what I typed in, by pressing CTRL-S...

Took me a moment to figure it out. At first I thought "Contented iTable" was some new Apple thing.

Abhinav Dhoke said...

The following link is for the 'Writability" version by GitHub:

http://www.vcarrer.com/2013/01/writability-write-in-your-browser.html


:)

Michael Leddy said...

Abhinav, that’s the link in my post (the words this one).

Abhinav Dhoke said...

Oops..!... :P
Sorry...
I didn't see there was a link...