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NoteFinder is an application for managing any text information: notes, quotes, conversations, drafts, articles, contacts, etc. It features creating, viewing, editing, renaming, deleting entries, rich text formatting, inline calculations (e.g., use ~7+8~ to get 15, or functions and constants from Python's math module, such as sqrt, sin, and pi), organizing entries chronologically (creation dates) and semantically (tags), advanced search (with date:, tag:, title:, year:, month:, and day: parameters), saving searches, multiple notebooks, multiple backends, the ability to move/copy entries from one notebook to another, synchronizing via email/Wiki, linking entries together, CamelCase links support, and a tabbed interface.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  08 Oct 2008 14:01

    Release Notes: A RSS ReadOnly backend was added. Localization was fixed. The ability to select the markup engine (HTML or Wiki) was added. Backend icons were added in the "Add new notebook" dialog. Notebook names are now case-sensitive.

    •  28 Jun 2008 08:19

      Release Notes: This version is extensible with Python plugins, fixes bugs with Ubuntu, includes a tray icon, supports visual rich text editing, cleaned up the code for exporting and importing databases, improved the installation script, improved usability in the editor, HIG-ified the About dialog, implemented an INI-styled configuration in ~/.config, and fixed bugs.

      •  03 Jun 2008 16:03

        Release Notes: A tabbed editor dialog was added.

        •  30 May 2008 12:50

          Release Notes: This release uses Wiki markup instead of HTML.

          •  22 May 2008 12:05

            Release Notes: HTML markup was implemented.

            Recent comments

            20 May 2008 15:37 GFORGX

            Please, up version to 1.0. I just forgot to update the

            version at Launchpad, fixed :)


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