I’m pleased to announce a new release of Kojo.
The release introduces the Kojo Scratchpad, which is an instance of Kojo that you can fire up from within Kojo to do scratch work – without disturbing what you are doing in your main Kojo instance. A Kojo Scratchpad has all the functionality of Kojo except for one thing – it does not save a history of the work you do within it; work history is available within a session, but disappears as soon as you shut down the Scratchpad. You can work with files as usual within a Scratchpad.
You can fire up a Scratchpad from the File menu.
As always, the new version is available from the Kojo Download Page.