Curio 7.4.2 Release Notes
June 9, 2011
Curio runs on macOS Leopard (10.5), Snow Leopard (10.6), or Lion (10.7) on PowerPC or Intel machines.
- Added new "Create alias to file instead of embedding" checkbox in the Insert > File dialog which does the same thing as holding down Option when dragging a file in from the Finder.
- Using spacebar to collapse a list or mind map will now keep the immediate first-level children visible so you notice the collection is collapsed.
- Fixed issue where an Untitled but autosaved project document could be accidentally closed without saving if you open another project in a new window.
- Fixed a bug where showing the Library or searching may hang due to underlying asset aliases which couldn't be resolved.
- Fixed issue where the shelf system could crash when switching between projects.
- Gesture support is now tied to a new preference setting and is off by default. If you try to enable it then we warn you if you are running a gesture-enhancement utility which could interfere with our undo stack.
- Fixed a bug where you could call Spread PDF with no PDFs on the idea space, which would then beachball the application.
- Fixed a bug where holding Option+Shift wasn't creating a completely empty List or Mind Map object
- Now warning users that if they enable sections for a project you cannot open it with Curio Core or with versions of Curio earlier than version 7.
- Fixed some issues with figures with notes when calling Arrange > Collect Into List/Mind Map.
- Fixed spacebar handling for quicklook vs. cursor zoom modes. It used to be that dialogs that appeared would capture the keydown but send us the keyup for any key that was pressed to close the dialog. Now we enter into a pending mode on keydown for spacebar presses.
- Notes can now be assigned to a collection figure (list, mind map, index card, table) and not just the root figure of the collection.
- Fixed a style issue when creating attached collections.