PDFOutliner 1.7 Release Notes
- Copy items from table of contents: Select TOC items in sidebar and copy to clipboard using Command C. You can then decide how you want the TOC items to be copied to the clipboard - optionally with page numbers, aligned to the right, with leading spaces or dots.
- Fixes for macOS 10.11
PDFOutliner 1.6 Release Notes
- PDFOutliner generates the TOC based on a set of fonts in the document, and you can select and specify which fonts should map to Heading level 1, level 2, etc. in the outline. You can load these font to heading level mappings from a plain text file too. New in version 1.6 of PDFOutliner, you can run the last loaded set of font to heading level mappings in one-click, using a "Bot" button next to the Load button. This is a quick way to add a table of contents to PDFs you may be generating regularly from text editors like Ulysses.
- Updates to links under the Help menu including to new video tutorials available on the PDFOutliner product website, under the Workflows tab.
- Includes a new User Guide (23 pages) that explains the set of tools available in PDFOutliner for working with TOCs in both text-based and scanned-image PDFs.
PDFOutliner 1.5 Release Notes
- Compatibility with macOS Mojave
- Specify your own set of fonts for each heading level for PDFOutliner to use when building the table of contents automatically.
- Save and load font sets from plain text files on disk. Use this if you've generated the PDF again and need to redo the table of contents.
- See this tutorial on exporting a PDF from the Ulysses writing app, and quickly generating a table of contents using a font set previously saved as a file on disk.