WikiNotes
WikiNotes
1.1

4.3

WikiNotes free download for Mac

WikiNotes

1.1
12 November 2005

Take notes, link and organize your thoughts.

Overview

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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9 WikiNotes Reviews

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Anonymous
12 November 2005

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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.
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Version 1.1
wolframite
30 May 2012
"No longer available" according to the developer site.
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Version 1.1
Zazzle
23 May 2007
excellent alternative to voodoopad. not only is it free, but it's open source. hopefully somebody will adopt this orphaned project.
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Version 1.1
Isaac-Newton
05 December 2005
Fantastic app! I'd like to be able to rename pages, apart from that this sure beats lots of rtf files.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
12 November 2005
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.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
04 November 2005
What I really want is something that will convert between RTF and WikiMedia format, so I can import and export from other wikis.
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Version 1.0
Amnesic
04 November 2005
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.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
03 November 2005
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?
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
03 November 2005
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 ...
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
03 November 2005
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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Version 1.0
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4.3

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

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