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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Apr 11, 2012 at 05:44 PM

 

Don’t know if anyone noticed this, but I thought it was interesting that CintaNotes now costs $10… though you can continue using the previous version free. This makes sense and $10 is a bargain as far as I can tell… I don’t use CN, but think it is a nice little program.

Any CN users planning to upgrade?

Steve Z.

 


Posted by DaXiong
Apr 12, 2012 at 12:12 AM

 

Steve, I use it all the time - but no plans to upgrade
(especially since I just bought a mac today)

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Apr 12, 2012 at 12:23 AM

 

DaXiong wrote:
>Steve, I use it all the time - but no plans to upgrade
>(especially since I just bought a
>mac today)

Congratulations on the Mac. Let us know what related applications you choose.

SZ

 


Posted by DaXiong
Apr 12, 2012 at 04:13 AM

 

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
>

>Congratulations on the Mac. Let us know what
>related applications you choose.
> >SZ


Steve ... I have another post up asking about Mac software.
So far, I know Scrivenor and OmniOutliner
otherwise, I’m going to try and avoid Crimp’ing on the mac *Laughing*

 


Posted by Gary Carson
Apr 12, 2012 at 02:37 PM

 

I’ll definitely upgrade. CintaNotes is one of the best and most useful programs I’ve ever tried.

It’s extremely ergonomic, for one thing.You never have to take your hands off the keyboard for anything. In fact, you don’t even have to open the program. As long as it’s running in the background, you can capture text from anywhere you can copy and paste. If you’re copying text from a web site—a news article, for instance—Cintanotes will create a separate note for the article and capture the article title and URL automatically. This is fantastically useful for bloggers, for one thing.

This is the kind of program that’s so useful in the real world that it should be included as part of the Windows operating system.

 


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