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Dejumble offers a fast and simple way to create and organize tasks and notes. It sits nicely in the menubar for easy access, so tasks are presented in an efficient way without interrupting the users workflow.

Dejumble offers keyword tagging for additional categorization of large lists. Users may easily search by title or keyword tags with the advanced search bar. Whether users need to quickly create a to-do list, or organize thousands of tasks for many projects, Dejumble can help.

Dejumble 2.0 has seamless iCal synchronization. By synchronizing with iCal users can keep their tasks with them on the go or access them more...

What's New

Version 2.3:
  • Performance fixes for OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
  • Fixes major memory leak that would occur for some users.
  • Removes legacy code and options for no longer supported features.
  • Fixes to due date not correctly showing time when set to zero minutes.
  • Fix issue with selected tag now showing depending on case.
  • Uses modern memory management.

Requirements

  • OS X 10.5 or later

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Rochade Member IconReview+92
Rochade
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While I like the interface it seems I was mislead by the description: synchronizes with iCal so you can keep the tasks on the go. Well, it seems I can only create new local calendars and not choose/create a calendar with iCloud.
There is no help included (maybe there is a way to get it to sync with iCloud).
To conclude: for me a total waste of money.

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Version 2.3
Miner Member IconComment+181
Miner
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I think the operation has folded their tents.....

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Version 2.0.2
CuZinBrucie Member IconComment+2
CuZinBrucie
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I got the program here at a discount back in May of 2008 for $9.99. I find Dejumble easy enough to use, but with all of the other things available and my 60 year old brain I only think about using it when an update is offered. It is on my menubar and everything but just not in the mainstream of my consciousness. They are now on the apple ap store and that is the reason I came to MacUpdate. I wanted to determine if the 2.0 version would cost me. I would give it 3.5 stars. It is useful but not compelling. I find that notes in Mail and on my iPod touch suffice. I see that the iPod/Phone is $4.95, as you might have surmised I'm a cheapskate. CuZinBruce

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 22
Zx81 Member IconComment+324
Zx81
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Oh, and I forgot the Epitaph :
"To Sinking Code, a dear memory.

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 20
Xplicit
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@ZX81
6 comments in 8 days, you must have a lot of time to spare. Doesn't make your comments any better though.

Zx81 Member IconComment+324
Zx81
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I have tried to download the last "stable release" (1.3.3, by the way...) : got "404 - Not Found"
The Thinking code site is "currently under maintenance" and appears to have been for a long time.
The last post on http://getsatisfaction.com/thinkingcode from "Allan, Official rep." of Thinking code was 1 year ago...
As one of the contributors on the getsatisfaction forum says, "Well it looks like the coffin lowering in the ground for Dejumble"
Allan, if it's the real name, must be amused at the credulity some of us have been capable of.
RIP

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 20
Misha
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I was able to download 1.3.3 without issue just now from the link:
http://www.dejumble.com/shared/dnls/dejumble_1.3.3.zip

Zx81
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So was I ; the download link is now active. Nevertheless, I'm not sure any real development is going on and V 2 will ever see the light of day.

Zx81
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•Bug Fixes and Improvements
•Extends beta period.
What bug fixes & improvements? Thanks for the exended beta period, we paid for it!

Zx81 Member IconComment+324
Zx81
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Download links leads to Beta 19 -which tells me it has expired -. This is getting slightly annoying...

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 20
Sachi Member IconComment+21
Sachi
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Maybe will be a nice app after bug fix.

Now it is soo slow to start up (about 1 min starting on i5 iMac 8Gb Ram,
longer then Photoshop)
In last beta 19 is a problem with tab switching.
And often take a lot of processor resources.

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 19
Sachi
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Actual link to beta 20: http://resources.dejumble.com.s3.amazonaws.com/releases/dejumble_2.0.0.r276.zip

Still project tabs on left dont work well.
Still starts to long.

Wait for another beta.

Just A User Member IconReview+53
Just A User
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brave to ask money for this bug collection

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 18
Zx81
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Why on earth did I buy this?

Tfindlay Member IconComment+110
Tfindlay
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Improving but I wish the "All" button would work.

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 7
Rpphoto Member IconComment+79
Rpphoto
+5

New version looks interesting, and it syncs now. Still has some rough edges, but it is a beta. Starting to take on the flavor of other gtd apps. Also, seems like they're being very responsive to user input. Starting to like this one.

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Version 2.0.0 Beta 5
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Version 2.0.0 Beta 22
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Version 2.0.0 Beta 22
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Details

Downloads 15,540
Version Downloads 2,921
License Commercial
Date 12 Nov 2012
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $0.99