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 on: May 19, 2017, 04:04:31 PM 
Started by arthurn - Last post by shortki
Sorry, you did not say, and I decided that you are talking about the macOS version of the application, since this question appears more often in it.

Using iOS, in the Options menu, select the "Send & Load the diagram" section, where you can always generate a PDF file for the flow diagram, Gantt chart or reports. The versions of the application are functionally identical, but on macOS it is somewhat more convenient to work with diagrams.

 on: May 19, 2017, 03:33:29 AM 
Started by mikhailgus - Last post by mikhailgus
It looks that after upgrading to the latest versions of the IOS - FB2 reader is not reading some books.
Could be the problem with illustrations.
I tried iPad and iPhone. Same result.
The only FB2 reader completely adjusted to IOS 10.3.2 is PocketBook.
После обновления IOS до версии 10.3.2 перестали загружаться многие FB2 файлы.
Вернее они загружаются, но не читаются. Понять какой файл будет читаться предсказать невозможно.
Из всех читалок только PocketBook получил обновление и не имеет проблем.

 on: May 18, 2017, 07:44:48 AM 
Started by arthurn - Last post by arthurn
Does this mean that I can't do this on my iPad? I don't own a mac computer... Doesn't it create unnecessary dependace on another device/computer?

 on: May 18, 2017, 01:37:27 AM 
Started by arthurn - Last post by shortki
I myself really like tr.en.d as it is, so I do not change it, I just use it every day. Of course, if the application stops running on some new iOS, I will update it, but without modifications and significant changes, I will simply adapt it to the requirements. Otherwise, if you do not use iCloud synchronization (which is not very reliable), then the application works fine.

 on: May 17, 2017, 09:09:00 PM 
Started by arthurn - Last post by shortki
If you save PDF via the printing interface of Mac OS, a PDF file with all the subdiagrams and working links between them will be generated. I did not allocate this export as a separate item, since the standard interface is quite convenient for this purpose, allowing you to select paper size and set of required pages. Also you can copy a part of the diagram and paste it into another application. Most of Apple's applications support inserting PDF data, so in my work I did not feel the need for raster formats, but I'll think about the possibility of exporting the current diagram in PNG or JPG files.

 on: May 17, 2017, 08:52:23 AM 
Started by arthurn - Last post by arthurn
I haven't used the program for awhile and I was happy to see this post about getting back to the app. But before I do that I have one concern- the program wasn't updated for such a long time, it feels as if the developer dumped this project completely. If that's the case, then I doesn't make a lot of sense going back to the app, does it?

 on: May 17, 2017, 08:49:26 AM 
Started by arthurn - Last post by arthurn
I'm trying to see to what extend I can use this program to manage my projects. I'm excited by all the features it has.
One thing I can't find is how to export or print all these wonderful diagrams that I can build. It seems that with the reports I can export only textual information but not the diagrams themselves: processes, Gantt charts, etc.
I guess there should be this option otherwise how can I effectly share this with my colleagues and bosses?

 on: March 20, 2017, 07:26:05 PM 
Started by shortki - Last post by shortki
Active users of inShort inShort received invitations to closed beta testing of

If you have any questions or you want to join the beta testing of the service, you can contact the developers at

Based on feedback on the weekly work of the service, a decision will be made about the end of the test and the public launch of the project.

 on: February 25, 2017, 12:14:37 AM 
Started by PowerHouse - Last post by PowerHouse
I own a single family residential property management business which is greatly dependent on checklist processes. For example, when an applicant applies; when a tenant move out, etc.

I have about 20 different checklist processes that I want to create. I have a few questions...

1) Will this software support checklists?

2) My office uses Windows 10 PC's. We also have a few iPads... Can a process from my ipad be loaded to the cloud so my staff will have access to the processes I create on my iPad?

3) Do you have a Windows 10 version of the software?


 on: February 23, 2017, 10:39:25 PM 
Started by Matta - Last post by Matta
Dear Shortki,

I often use InShort app with projects which last for several days or weeks. All the features implemented in the Gantt chart section are very useful. But it appears that it's sometimes very difficult to take fully advantage of all the informations from this section, especially regarding resources workload. The graph becomes very tight. In order to use these charts fully, I wonder if you plan to add the ability to zoom in/out and to display a kind of "movable" vertical line along with some informations (date, time...) ?
You have implemented this kind of feature in tr.en.d app, in Summary section / Dynamics of balance. It's very useful !!
I think it could improve the interest of the Gantt chart section.

Thank you Shortki for your fabulous work with this app !

Best regards,

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