on 05 May, 2017 03:26 PM
Additionally, this feature would be helpful since the View > Show Images as Thumbnails option only affects how the image is displayed within Bear. When I export to PDF, for example, it uses the full-size images. It'd be nice to specify a size, even if it's manual (e.g. entering values).
@MarkRJP Thanks for the quality response thing but I'm afraid I don't have any on this subject :(
The ability to resize the image itself is not challenging and make total sense, but make it work like the in the screenshot above is hard at the moment (especially on mobile), and we don't want to slow down the development of other core features. The introduction of tables may facilitate the development, but we are not there yet.
@Mark We don't have a real priority list because we think they can be misleading. We are working on 3 major features: Web, Tables and soon cryptography; Meanwhile other minor features are being developed and bugs corrected. The minor features are prioritized by choosing the more requested ones and/or the easiest to implement and test.
You definitely need tables! I’ve got them all over the place in OneNote.
I’d suggest as you prioritise you also focus on differentiating features - resizing images would be one which will get highlighted in reviews. Few other editors do it well. Either way, I understand where you’re coming from (I’m from an IT background as well).
I’ll be subscribing in the next day or so. Time to start the painful process of migrating years of info from OneNote. How I wish they had as many export options as Bear :-(
I’m always happy to be on the beta program but the way - if you have such a thing.
Adam Cope Artis...
on 23 Jan, 2018 09:00 PM
Resizing images would allow to make good-looking PDFs. I need to annote my images as mini brochures in pdf. For note taking,thumbs are OK.
Love the drawing tool! A really cuddly teddy bear that one.
But. DO. Keep it Simple.