WikityWidget
WikityWidget
1.5

3.3

WikityWidget free download for Mac

WikityWidget

1.5
27 November 2007

Personal notepad with automatic linking.

Overview

WikityWidget is a personal notepad with automatic linking. Using a simple notebook-style interface, WikityWidget lets you easily jot down and organize notes with hypertext links so they're easy to find and instantly available via the Mac OS X Tiger Dashboard. WikityWidget uses Wiki technology to enable users to link notes together without any extra effort.

WikityWidget is the winner of the first Apple Dashboard Widget contest.

Features:

  • Automatically link notes together.
  • Live search for saved notes.
  • Simple and Intuitive interface to Wiki technology.
  • Automatically turn URLs into clickable links.

More information about WikityWidget can be found at: http://inkspotting.com/wikity/

More information about Wikis can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki

What's new in WikityWidget

Version 1.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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5 WikityWidget Reviews

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Terry
30 April 2005

Most helpful

This is not shareware, it is free with a donation suggested. See the developer's site or the Apple site's widget page.
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Version 1.1
Musubana
01 December 2007
I found a bug in WW 1.5 related to non-US keyboards. However, I don't know how to contact the developer, as he leaves no contact info on his homepage. Can anyone help me?
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Version 1.5
Anonymous
13 May 2005
Brilliant widget...a major problem is that widget text (after it's saved) doesn't seem to able to be selected or copied. I think this could make the widget much easier to use.
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Version 1.1
Terry
30 April 2005
This is not shareware, it is free with a donation suggested. See the developer's site or the Apple site's widget page.
Like (1)
Version 1.1
Anonymous
29 April 2005
The idea of this is great, but I have to agree that $15 is just absurd for a widget and turns me away from this product. I mean, VoodooPad Lite had far more features and is a full-fledged program, and it's free.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
29 April 2005
$15?! crazy for a widget... i'll stick to whatever version I have now, which seemed to be free. FOr a widget I think $15 is rather crazy. Also i'd want a way to save/backup my wiki data if i was paying that much - dont want to somehow lose all my wiki! Other than the price though, this is a ace widget!
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Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
29 April 2005
Everything is automatically saved when you hit the save (checkmark) button. If you want to backup your wiki, grab the file that lives here: ~/Library/Application Support/inkling/inkling.db or let your backup software do it.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
29 April 2005
It seems to still be "donationware" not shareware as MacUpdate says. Personally I still see this as a "beta" product since it has relatively few features. I don't pay for beta software - which means I am basically paying for development twice: as a beta tester and again with money. If this product develops into a full fledged wiki with proper wiki syntax and navigation links *then* I'll consider paying. Not before.
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Version 1.1
Er3l
Er3l
26 September 2007
It's a tight little widget. I like it as a quick notepad - better than stickies - for writing down real thoughts as opposed to 'lists'. And it's free and it works and it's not at all annoying and the $15 he asks for is to become a 'sponsor', so if don't send anything if you don't want to, but if you think a widget is worth a buck, then send the guy a buck. ... some people think it's only worth more if it weighs more.
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Version 1.1