Tome Builder Books Don’t Open in High Sierra

November 30th, 2017

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I recently updated my Mac to macOS 10.13, High Sierra, and uncovered a major problem in Tome Builder on 10.13. When I opened a book, the following alert opened: It turns out the error is caused by a bug in Core Data, Apple’s framework for storing application data, on macOS 10.13. Tome Builder stores a […]


Tome Builder 0.3

November 13th, 2017

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Tome Builder version 0.3 is now available to download at the Tome Builder website. The biggest change in version 0.3 is to the book editor window. There’s a third pane on the right side of the window. The third pane has tabs for the following actions: Setting the book’s title and author Selecting themes Setting […]


Tome Builder 0.2.6

June 5th, 2017

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Tome Builder version 0.2.6 is now available to download at the Tome Builder website. This version comes with an improved book template for new books so you don’t have to manually add title and copyright pages to the book. If you don’t want the new items, you have two options. First, you can leave them […]


Quick Failed Experiment: Cross-Platform Tome Builder

May 5th, 2017

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I heard recently that Microsoft released a preview version of their Visual Studio development tool for Mac and released .NET Core, a cross-platform version of the .NET framework software developers use to develop Windows applications. I decided to download the Visual Studio preview to see if it was possible to make an application that would […]


Tome Builder Progress Report: April 2017

April 12th, 2017

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Right now I’m working on improving Tome Builder’s code architecture. I was working on adding support for print PDF books by creating a table of contents and improving the look of published books. But I was having trouble because the code was a mess. So I’m taking a step back, improving my architecture and cleaning […]