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Ulysses for Mac, iPad and iPhone. Write Anything. Anywhere. Apple Design Award 2016, Best of Mac App Store 2015, 2013
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Ulysses 26m
Replying to @rennanharo
This feature is definitely on our roadmap, but I cannot give you a time frame how long it takes until we actually implement this feature. I've +1'd the feature request in your name, so please consider your vote counted. Thank you for helping us to improve our app!
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Ulysses 2h
Replying to @ethanhuang13
We were not able to replicate the issue on the latest Developer Beta. Would you mind sending us your sheet to help@ulysses.app so we can do further tests? Please swipe left on the sheet in the sheet list, tap on the icon with the three dots and select “Share…“…
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Ulysses 2h
Replying to @TubalCain2020
We can totally understand that. Again, we are very sorry. This is obviously not supposed to happen. If you can find the time at some point, we would like to fix this issue with your help since other users might be affected as well.
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Ulysses 2h
With Ulysses 20, we’ve revamped Ulysses’ outline navigation. Here’s how to keep track of your text’s structure with it:
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Ulysses 2h
Replying to @david_bosman
If you go to “Window” › “Statistics” (or command-8, alternatively) you can open the floating statistics panel, where you can hide metrics you don’t want so see by clicking on the gear icon in the upper right corner.
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Ulysses 4h
Replying to @david_bosman
If you click on the gear icon in the bottom-right corner of the "Progress" section of the dashboard, you can remove the "Reading Time" sub-section.
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Ulysses 4h
Replying to @hernan_078
We are sorry about the trouble you are experiencing! The issue might be related to a problem with iCloud. Could you please go through our FAQ:     Should the problem persist, please contact us via help@ulysses.app or DM.
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Ulysses 4h
 We are terribly sorry about the crashes! Could you please contact us via help@ulysses.app so we can get to the bottom of this issue?
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Ulysses 5h
Replying to @ianlhayes
On macOS, you can get the x-Callback URL for a sheet with ⌘C. On iOS, you can access the x-callback URL by swiping left on a sheet, opening the ellipsis menu, and selecting "Share..." You can then simply paste those links in the relevant sheets via the link tag.
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Ulysses Jul 31
Replying to @ReidMcLain
We updated the blog article with the missing information about Ralph’s shortcut. Happy writing!
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Ulysses Jul 31
Replying to @DM_Ball
Not natively, I’m afraid. However, there is a workaround available involving the Terminal. Please contact us via help@ulysses.app so we can send you detailed instructions.
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Ulysses Jul 31
Replying to @JNButlerArt
I've forwarded your suggestion to our developers and they will discuss this internally. I can't make any promises when or whether we will implement this feature, but please consider your vote counted. Thank you for helping us to continuously improve our app!
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Ulysses Jul 30
Replying to @melamorsicata
Oof, good catch 😰 Thanks for the hint!
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Ulysses Jul 30
Replying to @ulyssesapp
Argh, the link to the shortcut was wrong. Here’s the right one:
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Ulysses Jul 30
Replying to @ulyssesapp
And here’s the link to the on our blog, in case you missed it! (4/4)
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Ulysses Jul 30
Replying to @ulyssesapp
1. Open Ulysses and switch to the sheet list. 2. Swipe left on the sheet in question, select the ellipsis icon and tap “Share…” 3. Select “Copy Callback URL”. 4. Switch to the Shortcuts app and run Ralph’s shortcut. Voilá! (3/4)
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Ulysses Jul 30
Replying to @ulyssesapp
Download Ralph’s shortcut: (You may have to change the settings of the Shortcut’s app to “Allow Untrusted Sources”) Now, whenever you want to create a QR code for a Ulysses sheet, follow these steps: (2/4)
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Ulysses Jul 30
Do you want to link your physical notebook to a Ulysses sheet with a QR code, like the German TV host Ralph Caspers ? Here’s how! First, install Apple’s Shortcut app on your iOS device: (1/4)
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Ulysses Jul 30
Du musst draufklicken. Oder in der Spalte auf der rechten Seite doppelklicken, dann siehst du Details der Empfehlung.
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Ulysses Jul 30
Replying to @kabedford
To insert a page break, you could either manually add a divider (----) in the editor, or define which element should trigger a page break in the style sheet of your export style (the selector would be “section-break”)
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