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MapMemo allows you to drag your files onto any graphic (map, photo, scan, illustration, screenshot, etc.), and thus give them a visual, location-based relation. It uses only aliases of your files which, when you click on an appropriate location, will open in their original application. You can use layers, info windows, colors, and comment fields to organize your files on the map.


Recent releases

  •  09 May 2007 07:30

    Release Notes: The data can be printed to text or PDF. Map layers were implemented, with transparencies on all layers. The user interface was reworked. Bugs were fixed.

    •  13 Mar 2006 21:19

      Release Notes: Universal Binaries. MapMemo documents can now be browsed by Spotlight. Bugfixes.

      •  04 Aug 2005 00:26

        Release Notes: Double-clicking on a text memo didn't do anything. Now it opens the info window, so everybody notices that there is some written information for that memo.

        •  03 Jun 2005 20:34

          Release Notes: This release eliminates a bug in the Archive function of MapMemo. Memos, once opened on any other computer, were only linked to the folders with the proper files instead of the files themselves. MapMemo is now Tiger-ready.

          •  13 Apr 2005 23:33

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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