On Thu, 2012-07-26 at 11:00 -0400, Max Pyziur wrote:
> > On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 12:01 PM, Max Pyziur <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Greetings,
> >> I'm considering using one of Linux's note-taking apps:
> >> Zim
> >> gnote
> >> tomboy
> >> and some others.
> >> Any personal favorites from their respective user bases?
> > Using Zim here; Gnote is/was in the past equal to Tomboy but the fact
> > that every note was opened in a separate window was annoying.
> > There are some others like cherrytree but I wanted a simpler GUI. I
> > used Keepnote in the past but it was slow and required a workaround to
> > launch.
> > If having too many options does not bother you, go here:
> > http://alternativeto.net/software/zim---a-desktop-wiki/?platform=linux
> > . Personally I got so many options to try I decided to ignore the site
> > --
> Much thanks to everyone for all of the replies.
> One point/question I overlooked at making:
> sometime ago I installed an rpm of a note-taking app called Tuxnotes
> procured from some 3rd-party repo (apologies I don't recall the repo). My
> notes are still buried in xml in a hidden directory called ".tuxnotes."
> For the sake of continuity, I'd like to recover these notes.
> If someone knows of this app, that would be great (advice welcomed here,
> but not urgently needed).
> Much thanks again,
> Max Pyziur
I was inerwested that no one mentioned cherrytree which is new in this
release. Or did I miss the reference?
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