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Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Apr 17, 2020 at 03:04 PM


Hi Outliners !

Quite often on this forum, members have asked for a simpler version of InfoQube, centered around *outlining*
(not the more general task of information management)

As I was busy completing InfoQube’s feature set, it was always postponed

Now that IQ is closer to completion (with Google Calendar and Tasks working just fine), I got around to doing just that…

It will be named InfoQube Outliner, unless users come up with a better name ;-)

Exit are: Gantt and Timeline charts, 2-D Surface, Map view, Events and Calendars, User code, Pivot table and charts, Home pages, Google Sync, SQL Filters, EMail-merge, ODC links, Dialer, Remote-database sync

What remains are:
1- Outliner with columns
2- Live-Search view
3- Document pane (rich text)
4- Properties pane
5- Item editors
6- Fields and Tags
7- Multiple link types (parent-child, hyperlink, related items, URI)
8- Import / Export
9- Print-preview / Print

File format will be identical to regular IQ, providing an upgrade path for users that want more features
With less features, I’m also hoping it will run fine under Wine (for Linux and macOS users that don’t want to use VirtualBox / VMWare)

Totally Free !!
(donations accepted of course :-) )

Beta should be available for download in a week or so

Pierre Paul Landry
IQ Designer


Posted by Gorski
Apr 17, 2020 at 04:20 PM


Great to hear Peter! The parts you have excised are the parts that don’t interest me and the parts you have kept are the ones that do, so you’ve nailed it from my point of view. Looking forward to giving it a spin.


Posted by Franz Grieser
Apr 17, 2020 at 04:37 PM


Clever decision, Pierre.
Could serve as a low-level entry point to the full-blown InfoQube.


Posted by Gorski
Apr 17, 2020 at 04:42 PM


Mark wrote:
> Great to hear Peter!

Er, Pierre. My apologies.


Posted by Ken
Apr 17, 2020 at 09:12 PM


Sounds interesting, Pierre.  I would be interested in giving it a spin when it is available.  Will it also run as a portable app?



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