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Posted by Chris Murtland
Sep 23, 2010 at 02:49 PM

 

From the developer:

“The latest release of TreeSheets ( http://treesheets.com/ ) comes with
all new rendering options, allowing you combine mindmap style trees,
spreadsheet style grids all in a single document in arbitrary
combinations.”

 


Posted by ndodge
Sep 23, 2010 at 06:18 PM

 

Looks like still no collapsing ?

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Apr 5, 2011 at 09:26 AM

 

... and yes, the marvellous Wouter has finally added folding to TreeSheets, making it into a truly impressive multidimensional information manager; kind of like the thinking man’s mindmapper (sorry, that sounds frightfully pretentious, doesn’t it. But let’s keep it anyway…).

You’ll find Release Candidate 1 here (already very stable, like most of Wouters first releases):

http://treesheets.com/Treesheets_Setup_RC1.exe

To fold a cell containing other cells, you toggle using F10.

Enjoy!
Bill

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Nov 20, 2013 at 11:57 PM

 

Looks like there was a new release this summer (Windows file is dated 11 Aug 2013), and also the project has gone open source:

http://strlen.com/treesheets/

Release notes:

2013-06-02:
- TreeSheets is now open source! https://github.com/aardappel/treesheets
- you can now set the background color on a per document basis
- you can now turn off cursor key navigation of in between cell locations
- integrated new wxWidgets 2.9.4, which probably fixed a lot of problems, particularly on OS X (which has now graduated from Alpha to Beta :).
- you can now pick a default font size when you pick a default font. This is a per user setting, not per document, other users will open your documents at their preferred size.
- Edit -> Copy As Continuous Text puts a single line of text merged from any selection into the clipboard. Useful for merging the text of multiple small cells,
  or making a paragraph out of many cells for use in another application.
- home/end now move within a line, whereas ctrl+home/end move within the entire text of the cell
- improved rendering of line rendering style and background color picking
- added additional space to cell margins
- hover over wasn’t updated during mousewheel scroll
- optimized drag & drop of external files to not scroll/select while dragging
- fixed ALT+F etc. not popping up the File menu
- improved editing of search/replace boxes supporting shift+cursor/home/end etc.
- on Linux, the Fold operation is now SHIFT+F10 instead of F10 to not clash with Ubuntu pre-defined keys.

 


Posted by Simon Bolivar
Nov 21, 2013 at 04:10 PM

 

I downloaded treesheets recently and haven’t roadtested it. Thanks for all of the info on this thread.

 


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