Leonid Shleymovich

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    Leonid Shleymovich commented  · 

    I agree.

    Current fonts can be of size 0 (invisible and unusable) to 50pt = 5mm (small font in the books).

    I would suggests font sizes from 10pt (small prints in the documents) to 150pt = 15 mm capital letters (large but not excessively titles). And current max size of 50pt can be a default font.

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    I know that everyone has been waiting a long time for sync and I want to reassure you that it is high on our list of priorities. As users of Squid ourselves, it’s something we really want as well! We appreciate your patience.

    This is something we’ve been investigating since the app’s inception and we continue to investigate constantly. Syncing is a very difficult problem to solve, especially with regards to handwritten notes which can be combined with images and text and contain backgrounds from multiple PDFs. I don’t have an ETA for when sync will be supported, but rest assured this is a high priority for us. We appreciate everyone’s feedback on this idea.

    Leonid Shleymovich commented  · 

    Synching should consider customers with limited data plans and/or capacity of cloud server subscriptions.

    Try to avoid sending huge blob of data piling it as second versions of the previous blobs of data every time user highlighted one word in his notes.

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    Thank you all for your wonderful feedback! I just wanted to set a few things straight.

    First, in-app purchases are tied to your Google or Samsung account, depending on which store you downloaded Papyrus from. Purchases are automatically restored or enabled by Google Play or Samsung Apps on all devices you are signed into with that account. This means, if you get a new device, have multiple devices, or need to reinstall Papyrus, you only need to purchase the premium features once (as long as you use the same account). This is true for all applications in these stores (not just Papyrus) as it is handled by Google and Samsung. Please note, however, that it can sometimes take a little while for purchases to show up on other devices or after just installing Papyrus (usually it’s instant though).

    Second, we’re always trying to figure out the best business model for…

    Leonid Shleymovich commented  · 

    I like current "buffet" model. Some want only salad and not willing or not ready to pay for meet.

    Also, idea that by designing new exciting features developers will start collecting additional money from the existing users stimulates development innovations even for applications which many people already installed. In fact, the more people use this popular application, the more revenue really exiting new features will bring to developers.

    With pro-version of the already widely used application new development does not pay and developers stop bother to improve their product.

    And there are more consideration besides cost and continuous fair compensation for continuous software development.

    A particular customer might not like some features and if he would get them in a large package, he would go through the trouble of turning them off. And if these features can not be turned off, such Customer would uninstall the entire application.

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    Leonid Shleymovich commented  · 

    Instead of fewer clicks, it could be faster and easier to manage clicks.

    How about double tap on the same particular tool would close menu and would allow you to use that tool immediately.

    As an alternative to your listed items 3 and 4 you would need fast double click on specific tool.

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