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Posted by rafael costacurta
Dec 29, 2021 at 02:55 PM

 

The last time i wrote do Alfons to ask about the state of Notebooks for Windows i´ve´got a sense that this version was kind in maintenance and that it would depend on the demand of windows users to the app keep beeing updated…

 


Posted by karel
Jan 7, 2022 at 05:10 PM

 

@MadaboutDana
re: Sounds like you’re using Windows, Karel? If so, you could also look at Notebooks

Yup, I’m a slave to MS :-/
I have not seen notebooksapp, yet. Thank you for bringing it up. I will check it out!

 


Posted by karel
Jan 7, 2022 at 07:37 PM

 

So I have just check the Notebooks (notebooksapp) and it is so close to what I would love to have, I could cry.
Sadly it has no symbolic links.
There is no visible difference between an hdd file and the app note that is kept aside. IMHO there should be a different icon for the app-based note.
It does not work with my old wacom mouse, but that is just my fight with time.
And most of all it feels, well, sluggish. There is a slight delay before everything happens.

Still, it is a beautiful concept. So close, but not just there yet :-(

Thanks for pointing it out to me!

:)
k

 


Posted by karel
Jan 7, 2022 at 07:40 PM

 

P.S. also there does not seem to be any way to normally navigate through the app with keyboard only. That’s a bummer too :-(

 


Posted by Chris Thompson
Jan 7, 2022 at 10:04 PM

 

There are a few mindmappers that have this functionality. For example, there’s the dView plugin for Freeplane: https://www.freeplane.org/wiki/index.php/Information_management_withFreeplane_add-on_dView(indexfile)  It even works with Sharepoint folders.

There was also a more traditional outliner developed by the KFTF research team that used this as the core idea for the outliner, i.e., every item in the outline was also backed by a folder. At some point it got renamed to Planz, but never moved beyond the prototype stage. See here: http://kftf.ischool.washington.edu/projects.htm

—Chris

 


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