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RedNotebook

RedNotebook is a graphical diary and journal to keep track of notes and thoughts throughout the day. It includes a calendar navigation, customizable templates for each day, export functionality, and a keyword search and cloud.

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  •  12 Dec 2013 19:58

    Release Notes: This release allows changing the fonts for edit and preview mode.

    •  10 Nov 2013 20:33

      Release Notes: This release can jump to a specific date on startup with "--date 2013-10-31" on the commandline, displays the current date in the title bar, supports inserting multiple pictures in one step, adds DejaVu Sans as the font fallback for clouds and preview, fixes setting the last image directory for the insert dialog, and only allows exporting selected text when in edit mode (lp:1221792).

      •  30 Jun 2013 18:11

        Release Notes: An error is shown if saving fails due to a directory not being created. Hashtags starting with more than one # are now ignored.

        •  28 Feb 2013 22:50

          Release Notes: This release allows filtering exported days by tags, adds an option to export only the currently-selected text, moves the spellcheck option from preferences to the edit menu and adds an F7 shortcut, enables spellchecking on Windows, and adds better error message for invalid markup.

          •  22 Jan 2013 13:22

            Release Notes: Edit templates in RedNotebook directly. Preview and use the Insert and Format toolbar menus before inserting a template. Supports relative image links like [""my_pic"".jpg]. Adds a Ctrl+Return shortcut for adding manual linebreaks. Allows all toolbar menus to always open the menu before performing an action. Changes the Go-To-Today shortcut to Alt+Home (Ctrl+Home moves cursor to the start of the text).

            Recent comments

            17 Jan 2011 00:49 matthew_clifton_lowry

            A nice little application that provides an effective, light-weight journal keeping capability. I like the way you can edit entries in Wiki-style markup, and can export to HTML, PDF, etc. The search feature works well. The annotation/tagging feature is a bit strange and doesn't seem all that useful, but it doesn't get in the way of the basic functionality which is quite good.

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