Texthaven has a simple, elegant interface with the minimum of distractions. But, hidden just below the surface are a variety of features to help taking notes and aggregating information from the web or other sources easy.

orking with text notes >> featuring Markdown formatting <<

  • Select text in a note and rightclick to easily create a Markdown header. The header line will automatically sized to the text
  • Copy a URL to the clipboard, select some text in the note and use the Make a web link option to create a link
  • Add Markdown italics, bolding and strikeout formatting to selected text from the rightclick menu
  • Drag text from a web page directly into the note. Or, drag text into the File list to create a new note with the selected text
  • Create a wiki-style link to another note by selecting text, right clicking and choosing the Make selection a page link option
  • Click the View button to toggle between Edit and View mode

dit CSV spreadsheets

  • Edit text in the cell
  • Create links to other spreadsheets or notes
  • Set the first row text as the column title
  • Search within spreadsheet

orking with images

  • Texthaven will display various image formats, such as .bmp, .jpg and .png
  • Drag an image from a web page into a note to make a local copy of the image and paste a Markdown link to the image in the note
  • Drag the image into the File List to simply make a local copy
  • You can also paste an image into a note or File List directly from the clipboard
  • Capture a section of the screen with Windows Clipping Tool and paste the image directly into a note or File List

sing the Multibar

  • Enter a file name into the Multibar and press enter to create a new note with that name
  • Enter a name ending in .csv to create a new CSV file
  • Use a single question mark to search for text in the open note or spreadsheet
  • Question mark + D will search all the notes in the current folder
  • Use three question marks to do a Google search directly in Texthaven

sing the File and Folder lists

  • Use computer system folders for organization
  • Launch unsupported files in native application by doubleclicking
  • Filter view to show only specific file types
  • Send files to external program with extra arguments
  • Use arrow keys to scroll through and view files