Curio 8.6 (Mac OS X) | 5MB
Curio is the premier brainstorming and project management application designed to promote visual thinking.
Using Curio's innovative freeform interface and tools, you can intuitively gather, associate, and recall your ideas, while easily managing all the notes and documents associated with your project.
The heart of Curio is the idea space. Think of idea spaces as your whiteboard, notebook, and sketchpad all wrapped up into one.
Within a Curio project, you can create an unlimited number of idea spaces where you can place anything anywhere on the page. Brainstorm or organize your notes with freeform collages of text, images, URLs, documents, Mail messages, movies, and sounds. Give the idea space a note paper or graph paper style, or perhaps a linen paper texture. This is your idea space, with your notes and ideas. Make it the way you want it to look.
Panic Status Board support
The Curio User Manual has been updated to discuss exporting to Keynote and PowerPoint.
Option-clicking on the zoom in and out buttons will zoom all the way in and all the way out, respectively.
Fixed redrawing issues with inspector bar.
Fixed problem where you couldn't drag in an alias to a folder.
Fixed issue where style popover for images shows odd sample picture instead of our beloved Peanut doggy picture.
Minor fix so line figures don't have access to the Notes, Actions, and Meta inspectors since they can't be associated with those properties.
Fixed problem where jump actions to mind map nodes would break if you moved those nodes around.
Addressed problem where list enumerators and bullets may not export to PDF or print correctly.
Fixed issue where the jumping back in history would not go all the way back to the idea space that was visible when your project was first opened.
A slight change to the preview image generation to prevent those rare crashes when the preview is getting generated at the same time the main view is switching to another idea space.
When going to print, Curio will make sure any active dragged scribble regions and active text editing has been committed so those items are printed as well.
Rulers now show dimensions in points by default.
Normally the ruler in Curio (visible via View > Show Ruler) shows dimensions in points. You can optionally set the ruler to a different measurement unit such as inches or centimeters. You can also set a ruler measurement unit specifically for text editing. To change the units enter a case-sensitive unit such as Inches, Centimeters, or Points as specified here in Applications > Utilities > Terminal:
defaults write com.zengobi.curio "Ruler Units" -string "Inches"
defaults write com.zengobi.curio "Editing Units" -string "Inches"
Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.7.4 or laterDownload