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Posted by washere
Feb 15, 2019 at 05:51 PM


Jon Polish wrote:
Isn’t the GTK used by NoteCase rather outdated too? It cannot do tables,
>struggles with encoding, web clips are not faithful, no numbered lists,
>etc. Even updating to GTK3 will not resolve most of these limitations (I
>could be wrong about this claim). Don’t misunderstand. I like NoteCase a
>lot and find it very useful. I imagine it is extremely appealing to
>those using multiple platforms, but I am just on Windows.
> >Jon
> >

NoteCase will be upgraded to 3 because he planned it so. Just as in Rightnote, probably. Yes but he’ll be upgrading because he can upgrade the code engine. That’s the tragedy with Connected Text or older frameworks. CT or WF will have to be rewritten from scratch. They won’t.

The other point is correct,  but you have to balance everything together. RightNote is alive and will have major features. Probably more than NoteCase. But notecase is more stable, never crashed or lost my data, etc. etc.

On balance, for Windows or Mac, the best outliner is Notecase Pro IMHO. THEN what we do with the notes in that knowledge base depends. Article? Book or thesis? Output for dynamic site managers? Markdown for static or wiki site generators? Then I decide which of the many apps for each use up the toolchain.

Nothing is perfect. But on balance, to start outlining notes AND keeping an outline of notes in huge knowledge bases on different subjects, nothing comes close to Notecase pro for me in features, reliability, efficiency, speed, ease of use etc. on Windows, Mac or Linux. On Android and Chromebook it’s Halna outliner pro.



Posted by Prison-Mike
Feb 18, 2019 at 05:50 PM


Ahmed fawzy wrote:
What is the best outliner software for windows ?
>Mac has a lot of good options but options for windows are less clear.
>Thanks to all member for this wonderful community.


Posted by Prison-Mike
Feb 18, 2019 at 05:55 PM


All the of the suggestions listed here are great.

I would like to add the following:


Treegonizer (FileOne)—https://www.treegonizer.com/fileone/



Posted by ndodge
Apr 10, 2019 at 10:33 PM


I still mostly use Ecco Pro.  A lot.  I popped back on the forum to see if there was anything new.  I’ll maybe try notecase out.


Posted by Ahmed fawzy
Oct 24, 2019 at 07:41 PM


a nice windows option


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