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Export improved

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Today I release new update of UV Outliner (2.2) with improved export.

As I already told in the previous post – rich text format is broken, because exported outline can be used nowhere. But that is not the case with HTML.

So I improved export to HTML and made it the default one.

Here is an example of exported outline.

When you want to copy/paste part of the document to another application – you’ll have better results with the “Export as a list” option. Now you can just copy from the export window (which is actually a browser) and paste to virtually any rich text application – Word, OpenOffice Writer, Email client and so on.

Also in case you prefer exporting to a non-default format all the time, export settings are saved now.

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Written by Fedir Nepyivoda

February 20, 2011 at 10:01 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. […] Actually, I improved import to HTML. I think this will solve this trouble with rich text format for a […]

  2. I absolutely love this outliner. I’ve lived in outline mode for the last twenty years (microsoft word), and there are almost no adequate outliners out there. This will explain the inability of western minds to think in structured format and arrive at correct conclusions about virtually anything (cynical today after looking at about thirty outliners).

    What pains me is that I can’t get the outline into Microsoft Word in “outline format”, which requires me to assign the nodes to the correct level heading in outlook.

    You mentioned ODF support or .docx – that would be just GREAT.

    Is there anyway you know of to get this into WORD as an intact outline with working outline headings?

    Thanks so much and please don’t ever stop developing this product. It’s the best outliner I’ve EVER seen.

    Neal Kruse

    July 14, 2011 at 2:56 am


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