Sometimes people who are interested in purchasing our Apps, as well as costumers, are asking why Textkraft does not support the charged extension "TextExpander".
The simple answer is: iOS 5 has its own Shortcut feature, which works just like TextExpander. You can configure Shortcuts at "Settings" > "General" > "Keyboard" > "Shortscuts". Honestly, this feature is well-hidden, but very useful.
Did you know about the "Shortcut"-feature in iOS 5? After all, do you still think that the support of TextExpander would make sense? If so, let us know it ...
A customer writes: (...) But when I open the written texts on the PC, they are totally unformatted - unfortunately, I can't use them like that..
Text encodings are a science in themselves. In fact our Apps write total faultlessy UTF-8, which is a standard today, however it's still not recognized by every application. As far as we've tested, all standard applications on Windows 7 and Vista, excepting "Editor", can handle UTF-8.
Use Windows "Wordpad" instead of "Editor" and the formatting survives.
The speed of the dictionary can be adjusted at Settings > Textkraft EN. Go to "Look up delay" and move the slider to the left - rabbit symbol - for full speed. If you want to slow down the look up function, just move the slider to the right - turtle symbol.
Yes, Textkraft has a built-in manual. Open it by tapping the help-symbol. You can also read the manual right here in the browser - click here to open.
Please be aware that these manuals are referring to older versions of Textkraft and Easy Writer. Meanwhile the user interface has changed and there are many new features. Tips and tricks will be regular posted in our blog.
International Keyboards and Auto-Correction
Textkraft German, English, French and soon Spanish: At the moment our word processing suite is rapidly growing to become a multilingual family.