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WikiNotes
WikiNotes
1.1
4.4
0.0
WikiNotes free download for Mac

WikiNotes for Mac1.1

12 November 2005

Take notes, link and organize your thoughts.

What is WikiNotes for Mac

A Wiki as a native application. Take notes, link and organize your thoughts.

Features

  • rich text editing
  • automatic link creation
  • include images & pdfs
  • spotlight integration
  • html-export
  • iPod-export
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wolframite
wolframite
May 30 2012
1.1
0.0
May 30 2012
0.0
Version: 1.1
"No longer available" according to the developer site.
Zazzle
Zazzle
May 23 2007
1.1
4.0
May 23 2007
4.0
Version: 1.1
excellent alternative to voodoopad. not only is it free, but it's open source. hopefully somebody will adopt this orphaned project.
Isaac-Newton
Isaac-Newton
Dec 5 2005
1.1
4.5
Dec 5 2005
4.5
Version: 1.1
Fantastic app! I'd like to be able to rename pages, apart from that this sure beats lots of rtf files.
Guest
Guest
Nov 12 2005
1.1
4.5
Nov 12 2005
4.5
Version: 1.1
I've just played with this app, and I'm starting to like it already. It's simple to use, intuitive, and functional for a first release. However, I would like an option to turn off automatic linking for "CAPITAL" words. To clarify, I like how CamelCase words can become links, but I find myself using all-capitals sometimes (acronyms, for example) and I find that these are also highlighted as potential links. If there is already an option for this, then forgive my ignorance. :) Nice, solid release. I also use VoodooPad lite, but this looks like a promising alternative. Plus it's free. Keep up the good work! I'll look forward to the upcoming releases.
Guest
Guest
Nov 4 2005
1.0
4.5
Nov 4 2005
4.5
Version: 1.0
What I really want is something that will convert between RTF and WikiMedia format, so I can import and export from other wikis.
Amnesic
Amnesic
Nov 4 2005
1.0
4.8
Nov 4 2005
4.8
Version: 1.0
I'm long date user of a product similar : VoodooPad. It's a great product but the fact that you Open the source code of your WikiNotes is really great stuff and a big advantage for me. Are your interesting to add the capability to sync with ".Mac" ? (if you need help for this I'll be happy to participate) Any thanks for this great piece of code.
Guest
Guest
Nov 3 2005
1.0
4.5
Nov 3 2005
4.5
Version: 1.0
I'm really liking this so far. The fact that it has the power of the wiki and the simlicity of a text file is very attractive. Right now, just one suggestion: a shortcut key to link files. Perhaps Command-L?
Guest
Guest
Nov 3 2005
1.0
4.5
Nov 3 2005
4.5
Version: 1.0
A very interesting app. Has great potential. Some features I would like to have: - Automatic detection of non-camel-case-links, when such pages have been manually created - Possibility to create links to Internet-Urls and local documents (per drag-and-drop) - Maybe Import-Filters for VoodoPad documents (they are plist-docs) - I noticed, that data is stored in a sqlite-database. As the content of pages is stored in binary format, it could addionally stored as clear text - or generally speaking, there could be a web-based future, for collaborative work. Just an idea ...
Guest
Guest
Nov 3 2005
1.0
4.5
Nov 3 2005
4.5
Version: 1.0
It's nice. A few suggestions though: • I want to make links out of phrases with spaces. People's names tend to have spaces in them. This arbitrary rule is very disruptive to the creative process. • command-[ should go back. Bugs: • when the last word is a link and it is selected, clicking anywhere below it follows that link. • following a virgin link (red) and exiting without making any edits to that new document marks the link as... um... deflowered (blue). • history doesn't show document history or any version information. It appears to be hooked into the navigation functions like a straight web browser. This has a LOT of potential. I was torturing myself by trying to install Mediawiki for personal notetaking. Then I discovered I needed to install a beta version of MySQL, upgrade PHP, and install a whole new instance of Apache. However, if that's the only way I can get version control, I suppose I'll have to persevere. Good practice. Where do I make my notes though?
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App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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