Outliner Software Forum RSS Feed Forum Posts Feed

Subscribe by Email

CRIMP Defined

 

MyPersonalProductivity

 

Ultrarecall - Help!!!

< Next Topic | Back to topic list | Previous Topic >

Pages:  1 2 3 4 > 

Posted by Cassius
Jul 29, 2013 at 02:54 AM

 

1.  UR 5.1 is available.

2.  Need import help:
      Last year, after buying/installing UR 5.0 Pro portable, I fount a fairly easy way of converting my Jot+ files into UR files, with retaining the hierarchical, tree on left—content pane on right, format.  (I can convert Jot+ files into rtf, html, and xml files.)
      Now, no matter what I try, I can’t duplicate that work.  Also Kinook says it has no idea as to how to create imported hierarchical files.

IF anyone has any ideas on how to do this, please tell us!

Thanks!

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Jul 30, 2013 at 01:35 PM

 

If Jot+ can export its contents into a hierarchical folder/file structure, UltraRecall should be able to import that structure and recreate the original hierarchy.

Other (less likely) possibilities might be to use an intermediate file format, such as Action Outline or Treepad, which UR can import.

 


Posted by Cassius
Jul 31, 2013 at 02:30 AM

 

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
If Jot+ can export its contents into a hierarchical folder/file
>structure, UltraRecall should be able to import that structure and
>recreate the original hierarchy.
> >Other (less likely) possibilities might be to use an intermediate file
>format, such as Action Outline or Treepad, which UR can import.
================================
Alex,
Really wierd!  I tried things like you suggest, but so far no luck.  What is really strange is that the entire Jot+ file got converted except the last two tree nodes (branches) were missing AND a lot of other miscellaneous stuff got added to the end of the tree.

Whatever I did must have been easy as I would not have purchased UR had it not been easy.

Maybe lightening will strike and I suddenly wii recall what I did.  At age 72, I sometimes cannot remember something at the moment, but then it will “pop up” later.  The memories aren’t lost, they just like to play “hide and seek.”

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Aug 1, 2013 at 04:33 PM

 

Cassius wrote:
>At age 72, I sometimes cannot remember something at the moment,
> but then it will “pop up” later.  The memories aren’t lost, they just like to play
>“hide and seek.”

This has been happening to me for as long as I can remember, and I’m ‘only’ 45. So consider yourself lucky.

I have noticed a location-sensitivity of memories. When I forget something, I go back to where I had thought about it and, more often than not, reminiscence will be accelerated.

 


Posted by Hugh
Aug 1, 2013 at 05:12 PM

 

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:

>This has been happening to me for as long as I can remember, and I’m
>‘only’ 45. So consider yourself lucky.
> >I have noticed a location-sensitivity of memories. When I forget
>something, I go back to where I had thought about it and, more often
>than not, reminiscence will be accelerated.

I have noticed a smell-sensitivity*. Sadly, I’ve found it will not work with application functionality.

*I believe it has been hypothesised that this is caused by a feature of cerebral physiology.

 


Pages:  1 2 3 4 > 

Back to topic list