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Posted by MadaboutDana
Mar 20, 2011 at 01:25 PM


Actually, Graham, there is one other unusual feature in Smereka that I haven’t seen in similar info managers (although it’s fairly standard in e.g. wikis), and that’s the versioning. It’s really quite clever, and potentially useful for writers/translators like myself. Lack of versioning is one of the gripes I have against the otherwise rather impressive Kerio Workspace.



Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Mar 22, 2011 at 05:47 PM



any chance for a Linux version of TreeProjects? I’d be most interested. I’m gradually switching to cross-platform (Windows/Linux) software and TreeProjects looks as if it could replace UltraRecall for me.

Yaroslav Pidstryhach wrote:
>Bill, thank you for the invitation. And I really appreciate everyone’s words of


Posted by brad91
Mar 23, 2011 at 06:30 PM


I like many aspects of the application, but the two step process for saving a web page seems clunky.

Also, comparing to Scrivener, some sort of outline feature would be nice.



Posted by jimspoon
Mar 24, 2011 at 03:06 PM


I had tried out the free version of Smereka in the past - and now after reinstalling I remember what I did not like about it.  It doesn’t support the standard navigation keystrokes.  I’d like for keystrokes to work in the navigation pane the same way they do in Windows Explorer, where you can move around the tree, expand/collapse, simply using the arrow keys.  Also if possible I’d want to move between panes using the Tab key.

Don’t know if things are any different in the paid version.


Posted by Yaroslav Pidstryhach
Mar 26, 2011 at 08:39 PM


Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
> >any chance for a Linux version of TreeProjects? I’d be most interested.
>I’m gradually switching to cross-platform (Windows/Linux) software and
>TreeProjects looks as if it could replace UltraRecall for me.

Alexander, TreeProjects is “cross-patrofm-ready”, which means that it’s based on cross-platform, open-source solutions. So porting the application to Linux is not going to be a fundamental re-work - however, the amount of work will still be substantial. The reason for that is the usage of Windows components like the Rich text editor or the IFilter interface, which dramatically reduced the development time and allowed to develop TreeProjects in a reasonable amount of time. Whereas there are no immediate plans for a Linux port, this may change in the nearest future.


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