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  •  29 Jun 2006 12:43
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    Release Notes: File encryption was implemented. This encrypts all the entries in the file and requires a password on load. This feature is accessible through the toolbar, the File menu, and a shortcut (Ctrl+E). The text color for a single note or subtree of notes was changed. New entries get the subtree color of the parent, if set. A statusbar item was added for total number of notesitems. A dialog box was added under the About menu to show current keyboard shortcuts. Multiple bugs were fixed.

    •  25 Jul 2004 13:51
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      Release Notes: An entry history was added. Encryption using MD5 and BlowFish is now possible. Selection of the information format (rtf, txt) for newly created entries is enabled. Inplace renaming of entries within the tree is allowed. The line break mode (Keys for creating a new line or new paragraph within the editor) may be customized. The paste algorithm for pasting text within the editor has improved a lot. HTML export was improved. The GUI has been expanded with new keyboard shortcuts, the keramic style, and customizable icons. The overall stability has increased a lot.

      •  10 Jul 2003 03:06
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        Release Notes: New features include a recent file list to handle multiple files, expiring notes (notes delete themself at a specified date), and richtext enhancements (meaning that various ordered or bullet lists, different fonts, and font sizes may be used). Executing arbitrary commands after saving is possible. The current date or time can be inserted at cursor position. Keyboard actions havebeen enhanced for faster usage. A statically linked binary is available, and several minor bugfixes were made.

        •  04 Feb 2003 10:49
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          Release Notes: This release features word counts and a search function for searching within a single entry, an entry and its children, or the whole data file. Entries can be moved around freely within the tree. Editor options are now available via the menu and tool bar. Text alignment is now supported. Dragging text onto the tree now appends the text to the entry. Unicode support was added, and slight improvements were made to the user interface.

          •  19 Dec 2002 03:35
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            Release Notes: Compiler problems with g++ 3.2 are removed.

            •  31 Aug 2002 22:24
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              Release Notes: TuxCards is now based on Qt 3.x. richtext can be used when editing notes, and data is stored within an XML file.

              •  19 Dec 2001 15:33
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                Release Notes: This release adds wordwrap, support for tabsize, hotkeys, automatic saving of options, a font selector for the tree, an improved load/save-mechanism, editable color of the text within cactusbar, correct painting of large icons within the tree, minor layout changes, and minor bugfixes.

                •  24 Sep 2001 10:38
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                  Release Notes: Cactusbar and vertical Text in Colorbar have been added. An improved ini-File ~/.tuxcards has been produced. Font-Selector for the Editor has been added, as well as slight adjustments to support >= qt2.1 ("no drag after a single click"). Now creates backup-file filename~ before writting. Mouse points exactly to the position where to drag to now, and low-level HTML support has been added.

                  •  08 Apr 2000 16:42
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                    Release Notes: The segmentation fault at startup has been fixed.

                    •  07 Apr 2000 15:26
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                      Release Notes: First freshmeat announcement.

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