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RedGrass commented on 18 Jul 2008
I have played with supernotecard, scrivener, onenote, mindmanager, freemind, .. many programmes to organise ideas for writing. I aggree that if you are on a Mac, scrivener is way the best. But, I have to use speech recognition and switched to Mac because vista on the PC is so terrible and is no backwardly compatible with National Institute of health and other university or scientific software. There is no way that the research teams that made the biophysical and imaging software are going to get togehter to apply for another 10 year research grant just to update the scienftic software because ms does not make compatible update. Unfortuantely the Apple has not really supported speech dictation recognition so us users have to use Dragon Naturally speaking. Dictate for mac, although it is based on the dragon engine does not allow for the learning of new words via correction and is a d*g; it think the company often upsets its clients. So back to PC XP. OK. But in this enviroment, Mindola's Supernotecard is very good indeed for writing, not yet scivener, and how I loved scrivener and its community: ...xxx but Voice - dictation - xxx Many of us finger dyslexics need to talk and apple has never seemed intested.
Also Supenotecard has something the is pure Gold. Especially, in these times when people are trying to survive microsofts attempt at self immolation via Vista and have to move accross operating systems. Supernotecard runs on Linux, windows and Mac AND if this were not totally suptendously useful and considerate of the poor schlemiel stuck between operating system. Mindola have done something that should get the software version of the Victoria Cross (do'nt know in Americans have the same award).....
The software can import and export OPML. If you have 2 neurons to rub together you will realise what this means for transferability and interoperability between software.
So: not as super cool as Scrivener, but able to cross Universes and live in the Multiverse.
RedGrass
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