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Xristopher Anderton
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I was sure I'd have to write my own Android app to have markdown notes displayed the way I wanted, then I stumbled on Capsa, which does almost exactly what I wanted. While I love almost everything about the app, the UI seems a little strange in areas which consistently trip me up.

On a created note, the menu is in the fab icon on the bottom right. This is really distracting, since the expected behaviour is for it to be on the right of the action bar next to the share button.

The fab icon being draggable makes it difficult for me to access its functionality. When I go to click on it I accidentally move it about half the time with my finger and about eighty percent of the time with my stylus. It would be nice if the dragability could be toggled, especially since the position isn't saved.

Thanks so much for this app! It's saved me so much time!

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Amanda has been busy creating new designs for her zazzle store. Check it out! She's got more in the works.
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Rock! New bird sighting! Pine warbler!
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A bunch of birds were eating at the feeder this morning, per the norm when a two rusty blackbirds came by. They weren't at the feeder long, just enough to grab a bit of seed in their mouths and fly off. I thought that was the end of it only to glance out the window a few minutes later to see several trees like this -- filled with birds! I suspect the initial two were scouts, leading the rest to my feeders.
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If only the bluejays would be more aggressive with teamwork, then they could chase the squirrels away.

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European Starling tried eating at my feeders, but the bouncers (bluejays) chased it off. Go, bluejays!
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Red-bellied woodpecker and dark-eyed junco trying to eat at feeders during the January 2015 nor'easter, aka Winter Storm Juno.
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I was watching the birds at the feeders and thinking how I've probably had sightings of all the species which would eat at the feeders when a medium sized bird with a brilliant crimson head landed! It happily ate suet for a good fifteen minutes before flying away.

I looked it up and it's a red headed woodpecker. Photographs really don't do justice to how vivid the red is. It practically glows!

I'm pleased as punch to have a new species eating at my feeders along with the chickadees, sparrows, juncos, and bluejays I normally get.
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Got a much better view of what I'd previously thought may be a Harris Sparrow (with serious doubts) and I'm now certain it's House Sparrows living at the train station. Apparently there can be significant variation in house sparrow appearance. The house sparrow is another species released in Central Park which spread throughout North America.
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