Keynote (notetaking software)
18.104.22.168 / September 9, 2015
|License||Mozilla Public License|
Keynote is based on the tree data structure concept, allowing "nodes" in a tree panel (much like the tree panel in Windows file managers) to represent separate fields within a single text file. Individual documents within the tree can be edited in Rich Text Format (RTF) or simple text (unformatted). As RTF format (supported in KeyNote by using a RichEdit control) is complicated and may cause problems in user applications, the option of using the plain-text format may be an advantage, especially if the user wants to have a small-size notes file, also easily viewable in any text viewer.
Import and export of KeyNote files to and from TreePad files is fully supported. Each field is then treated as a separate virtual document within the tree.
Development was picked up in 2006 by Daniel Prado; the new development project is called "KeyNote NF" (or "KeyNote - New Features"), to distinguish it from other Google search results. Initially released on SourceForge, and presently on Github, it includes features such as alarm reminders on nodes. Current versions as of May 2017[update] are 22.214.171.124 stable and 126.96.36.199 Beta, however since that time the project does not seem to be under active development.
- "Can't paste photos into KeyNote NF (after June 14, 2017 Win10 update)". github.com/dpradov.
- "Tranglos closedown". Tranglos.
- original KeyNote project on SourceForge (abandoned)
- KeyNote - New Features (KeyNote NF) (project on github.com)
- Daniel Prado's blog
- KeyNote 1.7 file format specification
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