Acta and Opal
Designer David Dunham says, “Back in 1986, I released an outliner called Acta. It ran on some of the earliest Macintoshes, and gained an avid following. It continues to run fine in the Classic layer. But Intel-based Macintoshes have no Classic, and many Acta fans were worried that they would be forced to stop using it. So I’ve created a modern successor to Acta.
“Opal retains Acta’s fluid ease of use, but is up to date with Mac OS X standards.”
Opal will be familiar to anyone who ever used Acta (or Dyno Notepad). However, it’s been completely rewritten for Mac OS X.
Some of the improvements over Acta include:
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