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    any equivalent for microsoft's one note


    Hi all,
    I am looking for an notes taking application, something similar to Microsoft's one note. Can anybody suggest some Open Source software. I have tried basket, so something other than that???

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    There are pannel plugins for nearly every Desktop Envoirment for that.
    So what do you use?
    KDE, Gnome, OpenBox, XFCE4, Enlightenment?
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    KDE and GNOME....so you can suggest for any one of it....

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    Well, i am sorry I never used KDE or Gnome. But I am sure there is something like that.
    I did look around for you. And I found Extending the KDE Panel since a notetakes is REALLY easy. If you are a bit of a Coder. you can code it yourself
    I also found gDesklets. They have a Desklet called:
    Easy Note
    Show note (notepaper) on desktop and let you write simple note.

    * [working] easynotes.tar.gz (89631 bytes)
    Can be found here: The unofficial gDesklets Desklet archive

    Hope that helped.

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    thanks for the information....will take a look into it.....

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    one more question...in the same way is there any equivalent for microsoft publisher or this dreamweaver....
    either for KDE or GNOME

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    For notes in KDE : Knotes, really simple, nice look and usefull...
    For HTML WYSIWYG: Comparison of HTML editors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    (Kompozer is a good option, but if you want a better HTML editor, Quanta is powerfull)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hugortega View Post
    (Kompozer is a good option, but if you want a better HTML editor, Quanta is powerfull)
    vi is the best editor, for everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arunmib View Post
    Hi all,
    I am looking for an notes taking application, something similar to Microsoft's one note. Can anybody suggest some Open Source software. I have tried basket, so something other than that???
    You should also take a look here for alternatives that might work for you:

    Linux App Finder | Helping find the Linux apps you need

    Let us know what you go with.
    oz

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