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article: 12 Open source Free Note-taking and Editor Programs with Unique Features

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Posted by jimspoon
Sep 18, 2019 at 03:41 PM

 

https://medevel.com/12-note-free-os-apps/

 


Posted by satis
Sep 18, 2019 at 09:05 PM

 

An interesting, if motley assortment. Article misspelled Joplin, which resulted in the question here about ‘Joblin.’

And these apps don’t really do folding or outlining.
The first app listed, Typora, is a really good Markdown editor for macOS but it’s been a version 0.9x for literally years, constantly incrementing without reaching v1.0 (which the developers have stated will be when they start charging for it.) But there are so many Markdown apps these days, including syncable ones like FSNotes, which is an open-source project with apps in the MAS and the iOS App Store, for pretty cheap. (Or you could build your own from Github.)

https://fsnot.es/

https://github.com/glushchenko/fsnotes

 


Posted by Listerene
Sep 19, 2019 at 10:36 AM

 

CherryTree is a remarkably good outliner; (almost) as good as the (apparently) recently-departed TreePad.

Generalizations and hate like yours are not unusual on social media but they ARE (fairly) unusual for this site. Don’t make it a thing here because civility is one of the reasons that I like this place.

 


Posted by satis
Sep 19, 2019 at 10:54 AM

 

Listerene wrote:

>Generalizations and hate like yours

Generalizations? I gave my opinion, pointed out an article error, and commented on one app mentioned.
“Hate”? Oh please. Get real.

 


Posted by tightbeam
Sep 19, 2019 at 11:25 AM

 

Where’s the “hate”? A robust expression/exchange of views shall not be dimmed by manufactured outrage or calls for censorship.

Listerene wrote:
CherryTree is a remarkably good outliner; (almost) as good as the
>(apparently) recently-departed TreePad.
> >Generalizations and hate like yours are not unusual on social media but
>they ARE (fairly) unusual for this site. Don’t make it a thing here
>because civility is one of the reasons that I like this place.

 


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