SimpleJournal
SimpleJournal
1.4.5

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SimpleJournal free download for Mac

SimpleJournal

1.4.5
29 July 2007

A password protected journal for your PPC Mac.

Overview

SimpleJournal is a password protected journal with daily entries.

What's new in SimpleJournal

Version 1.4.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 SimpleJournal Reviews

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Olipower
03 August 2006

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Oh man - what an interface. Not to be discouraging, but that screenshot would make most mac-users run away screaming. Why that blue background? Why that horrible "diary" typeface? Why the horrible buttons? Really, I'm not trying to put you off here. Just get some help from a friend or someone else, who knows about graphic design / interface design. It will help a lot;-)
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Version 1.2.8
Notimetoulouse
28 August 2010
Looks like the developer has given up the ghost and closed shop. No wonder with helpful comments like these.
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Version 1.4.5
Apple-Coder
04 August 2006
He has a point.. For $20 for a journal / diary program that looks like it came from the windows world, I am not likely to purchase, although I have not ried it. I am sure it is an awesome program, but looks mean quite a bit as well.
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Version 1.3
Olipower
03 August 2006
Oh man - what an interface. Not to be discouraging, but that screenshot would make most mac-users run away screaming. Why that blue background? Why that horrible "diary" typeface? Why the horrible buttons? Really, I'm not trying to put you off here. Just get some help from a friend or someone else, who knows about graphic design / interface design. It will help a lot;-)
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Version 1.2.8
1 answer(s)
Rogertjackson
Rogertjackson
05 August 2006
Um, this is why they have demos. You can change the screen color and change the typeface to suit you. I know this because I actually downloaded and played around with it. It's a barebones application and frankly, I don't need it. But I was moved to take a closer look at it because the first two respondents apparently went no further than the screenshot.
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Version 1.3