ConnectedText

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ConnectedText
Developer(s) Eduardo Mauro
Stable release 6.0.6.24 / 8 May 2014
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type Personal wiki
License [Commercial]
Website ConnectedText

ConnectedText (also abbreviated as CT) is a commercial editing application with wiki-like syntax for Windows. It was designed by Eduardo Mauro. It stores topics in a SQL database, maintaining a complete revision history. It is possible to open several workspaces at the same time. Includes full-text search and a graph navigator which show topic links.

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ConnectedText also features:

  • Categories
  • Outline view
  • Semantic extensions
  • Special date topics
  • Plugins, to include:
  • Math formulas rendered using LaTeX
  • Tables
  • Drag and drop operations
  • Clipboard catcher
  • Version comparison
  • Ability to display pages in a tree view, similar to Keynote
  • Support to Asian code pages
  • Ability to export the entire wiki to plain text, HTML or Microsoft Compressed HTML Help
  • Support scripting languages (Python, Perl, VBScript, etc.)
  • Support for USB drives
  • Support several languages: English, Portuguese, Danish, Italian and German

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