Support of non-text entries
In MacJournal for Mac it is possible to add image files, Webpages, and other types of files as journal entries. These are called "Non-text entries," because the entries are not strictly text content. Non-text entries can be synced to MacJournal for iPhone, and just like in MacJournal for Mac, many file types can be opened, and some can be edited. The following sections outline which files can be opened, and which can be edited with MacJournal for iPhone.
MacJournal for iPhone can display a variety of different image file formats:
|.GIF||Yes||Animated .GIF files will appear as still images|
Note that MacJournal for iPhone will not resize any of these image formats upon displaying them.
Files with Text Content
MacJournal for iPhone will also open a number of different text-based file formats. The table below outlines which formats are openable and which are editable within MacJournal for iPhone.
|.HTML||Yes||No||Contents of .HTML file will be viewable without formatting.|
|Yes||No||All text, formatting, and images are visible.|
|.RTF||Yes||Yes||The text contents of an .RTF file are viewable without formatting. Syncing after editing an .RTF file in MacJournal will replace a formatted .RTF on the mac with an unformatted .RTF from the device.|
|.TXT (and other plain-text files)||Yes||Yes|
Note that, due to limited support for formatted text in iOS, MacJournal for iPhone may not support the formatting in journal entries. See this FAQ article for more information on text formatting in MacJournal for iPhone.
At this time, MacJournal for iPhone does not support opening audio files.
At this time, MacJournal for iPhone does not support opening movie files.