Indicating the total number of rows allows you to know at any time how much you have knit and how far you are from completion.
Configure reminders to show up at a given row. Perfect to remind you of a color change or a new pattern start.
Giving an average of the number of stitches per row, so you will be able to know how many stitches you have knit!
If your pattern includes actions to repeat every X rows, configure a secondary counter to follow these repetitions.
Tick that box if you want to see the number of repetitions.
Per default, your secondary counters will increment automatically when you increment the global counter. You can disable this any time, there and there.
Enable Expert Mode in the app settings. Then, going back to your Secondary Counter settings, you will see a new line "Activate on Specific range..."
Indicate at which row this Secondary Counter should be activated, and at which row it should be deactivated.
You will start seing this secondary counter when the global counter reaches the start of the range you previously set.
Select "Annotate" and tap long on the place where you want to add an annotation. Choose from different symbols, colors and sizes, add a title that will be displayed on the pattern and a description, which will open if you tap on your annotation later on.
Tap on the icon of the annotation you want to edit, delete or move. Use "Change position" and tap long to move your annotation to a new place. Use the pencil icon to edit and save. Use the bin to delete your annotation.
Tap "Draw" and select an area of your pattern in the next step. Choose pencil size and color and add custom drawings to your pattern. Save with the add icon.
To delete a drawing, click first "delete" icon and then short tap the drawing you want to delete.
All drawings that were added in the same session will be deleted in this action. To make sure you can delete every drawing on its own, add drawings one by one. This means only adding one drawing and saving at a time.
To highlight one or more lines of your pattern, select the multi-line highlighter. In the next step, scroll and zoom to the desired location and select the beginning of the line with a long tap. Select the end of the marker by a second long tap. Exit the highlighter by the back arrow in the upper left corner.
Select the multi-line highlighter and then scroll to the highlighted area you want to delete. Long tap the highlighted area and select "delete". To remove all markers, select the trash can icon in the upper right corner.
Select the horizontal or vertical highlighter and drag it to the desired line or column in the pattern. The highlighter bars will stay in place, even when zooming or scrolling, so that you can quickly find this part of your pattern again.
With the charts highlighter you can follow rows and columns of a chart by linking counters.
Select the chart highlighter icon and mark the top left corner of your first row in the chart with a short tap. You can scroll and zoom in to select the precise corner. Then tap "next".
Select the bottom right corner of the last row in your chart with a short tap and click "next" again. The selected chart area will be displayed in green. Now give the number of rows and columns and select the chart type.
Once you put in the number of rows and columns you can link a counter to them. You can link your global counter or secondary counter(s). If you have multiple parts in your project, make sure to select the correct part and counter of your project.
Beware that your counters start per default at 1. If you set your counters to start at 0, your chart rows will not match the number of rows of your global counter.
You can also create a new counter to link to your chart. Make sure you select the correct part of your project again. If you don't need a highlighter for your columns, you don't need to link a counter. Counters for columns will automatically reset once the number of columns is reached.
Edit or delete your chart highlighter by tapping on the pencil icon next to your highlighter bar.
The bars will move when you increment the linked counters. The horizontal bar will disappear automatically once you reach the maximum of rows of the chart.
To create a new part, just tap the grey +.
You can then tap on the part you want to edit.
What are parts? See more detais here >
To duplicate a part, first enable Expert Mode in the general settings. Then on the Edit Counters screen, select the Part you want to duplicate, and tap the copy icon at the bottom left of the screen.
Tap on Part x if you didn't import a pattern, or on the rounded icon as you see in the right screenshot if you imported a pattern.
Find the Widget on the top right corner of your counter settings of your project.
Please note: Widget is only available for Android
If you activate the Widget for the first time, you need to select "Row Counter" in the List of all your apps. Then turn on "Allow display over other apps". Done!
Now you can use your counter while also using other app e.g. while watching a tutorial on YouTube. Drag the counter on the display to any place.
Tap the toggle in Settings in order to access more features...
Click on the yellow lightning icon to access some of the expert features for the secondary counters
You can hide a secondary counter for a while. To make it reappear, just click on the grey eye. Clicking on "Duplicate" will create an exact copy of an existing counter.
Long click on a secondary counter to change its order. This will reflect on your knitting screen.
By default, all counters starts at "1". You can change it for each counters. In "Settings" you can also set the default value to "0".
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When creating a new project, click on "Import pattern" or at any time on the icon in the project settings, select a desired source and import your pattern as a document, photo or website. You can find more information here>
If you select a photo as a pattern, you can rotate and crop it directly during import. You can rotate all patterns at any time in the overview of your project patterns by clicking on the arrow icon.
Add multiple patterns to your project or change the displayed pattern on your knitting screen by clicking on the blue "import pattern" icon. In the pattern overview you can switch between patterns, add new ones, rotate or delete them.
Highighter, annotations can't be used on web-pages. Therefore, you can convert the web-page you imported to a PDF.
Click on the 2 arrows button, and then on the blue button as above.
Confirm that you want to convert the web-page to a PDF. The PDF will be slightly different from the webpage, but it should contain all texts and pictures. Most ads will be removed during the conversion.
If you are not satisfied with the PDF version, you can always switch back to the original web-page, as shown in the screenshot above.