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Stephen Hay
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Integration with Paper
Jan 09th, 2016, 9:39pm
 
It strikes me that Tinderbox and Paper by 53 could play together. Has this been looked at, at all? Or are they too far apart in terms of purpose, business model, and so forth?

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Stephen
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Re: Integration with Paper
Reply #1 - Jan 11th, 2016, 9:43am
 
Well, I *like* Paper myself!  But I'm not sure I see how it ought to integrate with Tinderbox; what do you have in mind?
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Reply #2 - Jan 14th, 2016, 4:20pm
 
Good question. It needed a couple of days...

At its simplest, it would be to attach a Paper drawing to a Note. Automating that through Apple Notes or Simplenote would be great or, maybe, it could be done through the email linkages (share a Paper drawing using the email address that is exclusive to my Tbx??)

But this is not "integration" as such. It could well be that when you do it  Wink I'll look at it and say, "Yes! that's what I meant..."
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Re: Integration with Paper
Reply #3 - Jan 15th, 2016, 11:13am
 
One easy way to do this would be to share the Paper drawing with photos, and then to copy the drawing to a Macintosh file -- perhaps one stored in your Tinderbox documentís folder. Then, link to that file.

Or, copy the photo into the Tinderbox text pane.
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