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Posted by Guido
Nov 16, 2007 at 11:07 AM

 

Hi,

has anyone had a look at this yet : http:\\www.maxthink.org ?

I tried it and after a short time was really convinced of its philosophy. It seems to be a really good piece of outlining software. In a few seconds, one can display all files in a directory, make subnotes to it, categorize. Above all, like in brainstorm, the user’s always focused on the parent and its childs ( keyword : magical 7, reason why mindmapping isn’t so useful at all ) without being confused by a list of sub-topics and sub-sub-topics.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Nov 16, 2007 at 12:58 PM

 

Wow. I haven’t checked out MaxThink in ages. I just noticed that it now costs just 29 dollars… that makes it CRIMPfordable. Didn’t it cost 200 dollars before? So, of course I’ve once again downloaded it and am giving it a go. I’m more impressed this time around… perhaps it has improved or I’m just getting it better.

Thanks for the reminder about MaxThink.

Steve Z.

 


Posted by Guido
Nov 16, 2007 at 01:04 PM

 

I’m working with MaxThink since 3 hours, and I’m really overwhelmed so to say - it’s simple and highly effective. I ’ ve never seen a piece of software that allows to create, restructure and organize outlines and data in such a quick and complete way. Above all, it does without all the 100 and 1 functions that one has to learn first and that you don’t really need. Keep it simple, things are complicated enough.

 


Posted by Bob Mackreth
Nov 16, 2007 at 04:03 PM

 

I downloaded the installer, but rather than installing MaxThink, it tried to install “Essentials Codec Pack.”

What’s with this? Anyone else have this happen?

 


Posted by Graham Rhind
Nov 16, 2007 at 04:17 PM

 

I noticed this on the download page Bob:

“Note: If running “InstallMaxthink.exe” loads another program, erase “setup.lst” from your download directory, then rerun “InstallMaxthink.exe”.”

Graham

Bob Mackreth wrote:
>I downloaded the installer, but rather than installing MaxThink, it tried to install
>“Essentials Codec Pack.”
> >What’s with this? Anyone else have this happen? 

 


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