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# 0.2.3

_3rd September 2021_

## Fixed

- nodes are now correctly colored in the Cards view

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# 0.2.2

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_2nd September 2021_
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## Added

- you can now discard nodes
- you can now toggle read and edit view of each node
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- you can now color each node
- you can now assign a shape to each node
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# 0.2.1

_31st August 2021_

## Added

- view your nodes with others under card view.
- view all other nodes being composed in real time under cards view.

## Fixed

- adding nodes now behaves consistantly and correctly.
- manually trying to refresh a view or type in url will direct you to main start view now, so you cannot accidentally start adding to a non exsitant microcosm.

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# 0.2.0

_20th August 2021_

Initial release to https://beta.nodenogg.in
Create and reconnect to a microcosm and create your own nodes in a list view.

# Guide

## Use the following headers for each log

Delete as you see fit and use # for version number

- Added – For any new features that have been added since the last version was released
- Changed – To note any changes to the software’s existing functionality
- Deprecated– To note any features that were once stable but are no longer and have thus been removed
- Fixed– Any bugs or errors that have been fixed should be so noted
- Removed– This notes any features that have been deleted and removed from the software
- Security– This acts as an invitation to users who want to upgrade and avoid any software vulnerabilities

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### Added – For any new features that have been added since the last version was released

### Changed – To note any changes to the software’s existing functionality

### Deprecated– To note any features that were once stable but are no longer and have thus been removed

### Fixed– Any bugs or errors that have been fixed should be so noted

### Removed– This notes any features that have been deleted and removed from the software

### Security– This acts as an invitation to users who want to upgrade and avoid any software vulnerabilities