Release Notes: This is the culmination of several years of work towards the goal of creating a simple yet powerful digital diary for Linux users.
Release Notes: This release adds a trash can, per-entry spell-checking languages, and a refreshed graphical interface.
Release Notes: This is a major milestone of Lifeograph in that it brings a most requested feature: support for images within the text editor. Although images still cannot be saved in a diary file, they can now be displayed as thumbnails.
Release Notes: This release upgrades Gtk+ to version 3, improves the login screen and overall user interface, associates diary files with Lifeograph so diaries can now be opened by double-clicking in a file explorer, adds a read-only mode for preventing a diary from being edited accidentally, adds support for multi-line selections when inserting bullets and checkboxes, adds the ability to edit the date of an entry just like editing a tag's name, installs the first version of Lifeograph Manual and an example diary file to the system, fixes several bugs, and updates translations.
Release Notes: This release improves and fixes the entry text parser; visually improves some of the icons; fixes compilation problems on relatively older systems; fixes numerous bugs; and updates existing translations.
Release Notes: This release adds printing support, the ability to add comments to text (which can be hidden when not needed), the ability to mark paragraphs for being ignored by the parser to be able to use markup chars freely, filtering entities by date range, the ability to hide (filter out) individual entries, a monthly chart for the diary view; a preview widget for the theme view; theme importing from other diaries; exporting diaries partially; and some improvements in the GUI.
Release Notes: This release added time-independent chapters (topics) and entries for adding notes that are not related to a particular date, and drag and drop support in the entry list. Unique numeric IDs are used for almost every item in the diary, which can be used in links. A new link syntax which shows descriptive text instead of the target when the cursor is not in it was implemented. The item that is shown at startup can be configured. Hidden markup characters were implemented. The formatting toolbar now works. Timestamp insertion (ALT+T) was added to the entry text editor. Auto-completion is supported in the tag editor.
Release Notes: Tag categorization. Multiple themes within a single diary. Support for different themes per entry. Automatic insertion of bullets and check boxes along with indentation support. Creation and last change date of entries. Filtering entries by being favorite and by tags. Assigning tags and themes to entries by drag and drop. Importing entries and tags from other diary files. Many more changes.