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I'm building my own little terminal command "bible" and I need something easy to work with. I'm looking for something along the lines of OneNote. Calc / Excel both have ...
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- 07-20-2014 #1
ISO recommendations for a "notebook" / Note taking app
Sticky and TomBoy are not what I'm really looking for; neither is writer / word.
Native *nix client preferred. As is something local; i.e. not a web tool.
Any and all suggestions greatly appreciated.
- 07-20-2014 #2
Cherrytree which is a great note taking appWhat do we want?
When do we want 'em?
Doesn't really matter does it!?
The Fifth Continent
- 07-20-2014 #3
- 07-20-2014 #4"What you think about me is none of my business"
antiX | SolydX | Puppy Slacko
- 07-20-2014 #5
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- Jun 2014
Evernote is sometimes compared to onenote and would likely be included in any alternatives list...think I have that on my phone..anyway
- 07-23-2014 #6
Might be off topic but throwing it out here anyhows.
Haroopad - The Next Document processor based on Markdown
- 07-24-2014 #7
I just ended up learning how to use tomboy better since I already had it. I figured out how to make a unified notebook instead of just a bunch of different notes and link it off my start menu.