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Bruce Pascoe
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NoteCase Portable 1.9.8 Development Test 1

Application: NoteCase
Category: Office

Description:
NoteCase is a hierarchical note manager (aka. outliner). It helps you organize your everyday text notes into a single document, with individual notes placed in the tree-like structure (each note can have its sub-notes, ...). To ensure your privacy, encrypted document format is supported, along with standard unencrypted format. Project is free and open source (released under BSD license).

Download NoteCase Portable 1.9.8 Development Test 1 [6.3MB download / 19.9MB installed]
(MD5: 7e7603b3e52fabcd30e841639a04a509)

Release Notes:

Development Test 1 (2010-02-11): Initial release

Chris Morgan
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Office

How about "Office" for the category?

Remember that NoteCase is a dead project - continued in the shareware NoteCase Pro.

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Bruce Pascoe
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Yes, I'm aware of that. However, the free version is under a BSD license, so it could always be forked if necessary (like what we did with CoolPlayer). That's the beauty of open source software: Once a project is out there, it's never really dead unless you allow it to be. Smile

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Link?

Am I missing something? The NoteCase link appears to be to SysInternals Process Explorer. Pardon

Bruce Pascoe
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Fixed

Sorry about that; copy and paste is evil! EVIL, I tell you! }:)

In any case the NoteCase Portable download link is fine and correctly points to the NCP download.

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Interesting

I just wanted to check it out.. I'm obsessed with these things. My personal favorite has been KeyNote, which up until about 30 seconds ago I thought was a dead project but apparently someone else has taken up the development of it. Although my joy has now been short-lived, now that I discover the fork of the original project is a .net application. Ho-hum!

Notecase looks interesting, probably something I'd have good intentions of using but fail miserably at. Smile

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Notecase

Notecase is a pretty interesting application, even in its frozen 1.9.8 unsupported version. And because it's now frozen, it makes it even more valuable to become a portable Linux app.

I used it on Ubuntu for some years. But now on Debian, I cannot find any working version. Could not even use the .exe version with Wine.

So you are my last hope. I tried to download the development version on the link above to no avail. What happened to this project?

Thanks for any info. All the best.

Roger

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