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    Post Keynote Equivalent? Very urgent


    Hello friends

    I extensively use a program named "KeyNote". It is a beautiful small piece of program which allows me to keep note and displayes it in the tree structure.

    Is there any equivalent of this program in Linux?

    Please help.

    Thank you.

    Home Page: Keynote

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    did you try KNotes in KDE?







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    Hi casper

    I use Gnome.

    Does KNote works in GNome envioronment?

    thank you.

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    Hi src2206 !

    Does KNote works in GNome envioronment?
    it should work. pres Alt+F2 and type 'knotes'.






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    KeyNote looks very similar to NoteCase and BasKet. You would need the 0.6 version of BasKet to get the tree view though. The earlier versions had a different interface.

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    Thank you for your inputs- I'll let you know the results ASAP

    BTW Marsolin the links that you provided do not have FC RPMs. I think 'alien' required to be used- right?

    The 0.6 version is for Fiesty- is it workable with the Ubuntu 6.06.1?

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