Colin on 17 Jan, 2018 10:31 PM
It's great to see that you're enjoying VoodooPad! We're always happy to hear about how people are using VoodooPad, and it helps us to focus on the most impactful features. If you (or anyone else) have any suggestions for how we can make VoodooPad better for you, please don't hesitate to let us know!
Colin on 22 Jan, 2018 08:45 PM
There is currently no way to change the text of all links pointing to a page when you rename that page. You can change the page's name, and then access the Page tab of the Info palette to add the old name as an alias for the new name. This way, your old links will point to the newly named page.
This is exactly what I used to use VoodooPad for - worldbuilding and managing fictitious settings for my writing. After being a loyal customer for years, I gave up on it when it corrupted the document and despite contacting Plausible for help I got zero response for them.
For world-building now, I use a big Scrivener project.
That said, I do miss the power of VoodooPad, especially it's immense scripting abilities. I keep hoping Voodoopad will rise from the ashes.
I use VoodooPad for this as well - I have my Dungeons & Dragons campaign and rules in it, with locations, spells, characters etc as separate pages. I find VoodooPad invaluable, and am super happy that it's having new life breathed into it!
on 25 Jan, 2018 05:16 PM
I bought an serial code by Paddle but the registration fail. There is a box for the name and a box for the serial code. It shows an message that the name or the key is failure. I type my name in the box an with copy and paste the serial code. What can be wrong??
Philipp, I had the same problem when I bought it a couple of days ago - It seemed to work when I put the start of the email address I used to register as the name (the part before the "@"). Hope it works for you. But I think this needs to be fixed, because at the moment you're not given a name in the registration email.
Colin on 25 Jan, 2018 06:19 PM
I'm sorry for any confusion. James is correct that you should be able to register your copy of VoodooPad by using the first part of your email before the @ symbol as your Name, and the full license key (including the characters before and after the hyphen) after "Registration".
We're investigating this issue and aim to resolve it in a future update. In the mean time, if you would like your "Name" to be changed to something that will be easier to remember for you, please contact us at [email blocked] and we can change the name associated with your account to something that you would prefer.