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Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Aug 27, 2014 at 01:27 PM


Charlie wrote:
>I have tried InfoQube. (...) Everything lives in the grids (...) And I just felt my thoughts confined to the grids as well.

Hi Charlie,

You can hide columns to make IQ feel more like a plain vanilla one-pane outliner.
(uncheck Column > Show Columns or use the ALT+C shortcut)

There is also a Mind Map view if you’re more of a 2-D kind of guy.


IQ Designer


Posted by terry
Aug 27, 2014 at 08:45 PM


Although they may not be robust enough for the OP’s needs, Outwiker handles equations and simple tables.  The navigation pane can be turned off. Cherrytree has code boxes, which includes LaTex - although displaying equations is on the to-do list.



They might be helpful as a temporary solution anyway.  And the price is right.  (free)


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Sep 6, 2014 at 08:44 AM


Over at the “designing a personal knowledgebase” discussion I found the following in a comment and plan to give it a good try:

Check out the comment for more http://www.acuriousmix.com/2014/09/03/designing-a-personal-knowledgebase/#comment-1574932415

To be clear this is not an outline approach, but it may be a good solution for organising material, similar to PiggyDB http://piggydb.net/



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