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Rekollect

   development  

KDE Other Utility

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Rekollect
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Rekollect
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  92
Submitted:  Dec 28 2009
Updated:  Oct 6 2010

Description:

A rich text note taking and note management application.




Changelog:

v0.3.3
* Improved spacing between lines of space for better readability
* Double clicking a multi-word link will now select the whole link instead of just the current word
* Ability to export notes in HTML
* Ability to configure whether the note browser is displayed on start
* Ability to print notes
* Added global shortcuts to show/hide the note browser and to create new notes
* Windows now remember their position on a note by note basis
* Improved handling when indenting/unindenting multiple list items at the same time

v0.3.2
* Windows now remember their sizes on a note by note basis
* Various editor improvements
* Backspace now behaves properly when text is selected at the beginning of a list item
* Enter key now behaves the same as Return key
* A carriage return at the end of a line of text will reset all formatting except lists
* Setting the text size now effects the entire line of text if no selection is made
* Refactored application to improve clarity of code
* Miscellaneous other bug fixes

v0.3.1
* Native IO classes now work as a shared library
* Native IO classes now work with any QTextDocument derived class

v0.3
* Editor is faster and easier to use
* Uses its own custom file format

v0.2
* Now supports linking between notes and to external documents via standard urls.




LicenseGPL
Source(version 0.3.3)
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 Preview?

 
 by Apopatos on: Dec 28 2009
 
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Why don't you add an image preview of your app?


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 Re: Preview?

 
 by Tribule on: Dec 28 2009
 
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Done. I have added a sample image of a note window and the note browser.


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 LOL!

 
 by AlejandroNova on: Apr 21 2010
 
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The handbook is the best. It's an easter egg in itself.

"Rekollect is a program that lets you do absolutely nothing."

"More rekollect features: It slices! It dices! and it comes with a free toaster!"

"The Squiggle Tool Squiggle is used to draw squiggly lines all over the rekollect main window. It's not a bug, it's a feature!"

"Programming rekollect plugins is a joy to behold. Just read through the next 66 pages of API's to learn how!"

Being serious, maybe you could use some help with the documentation. I really want a OneNote replacement, and this could fit my needs.

Go ahead!


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 Re: LOL!

 
 by Tribule on: Apr 21 2010
 
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I never even noticed its contents. This is the default documentation created by the KDE application template. I figured I would get a mostly feature complete version before I started writing documentation. Any help would be welcome though.


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 BTW, my wishlist.

 
 by AlejandroNova on: Apr 21 2010
 
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BTW, my wishlist.

1. Can I start Rekollector minimized to the tray?
2. Can I have a global shortcut for taking notes?

With those small changes, I can start to use Rekollector for all my needs.


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 Re: BTW, my wishlist.

 
 by Tribule on: Apr 21 2010
 
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Those seem reasonable requests. I'll look into bundling them with the next release. The focus of my next release is on getting notes in and out of rekollect in various formats.


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 Re: BTW, my wishlist.

 
 by Tribule on: Oct 6 2010
 
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Both of these features are now available in the latest release.


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 Rich Text Editor

 
 by maarizwan on: Oct 6 2010
 
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Hi, why not make a basic rich text editor application which can save to

1. html
2. odt

The html output is just awesome. using your rich text editor component, a good rich text editor could emerge...

Just a thought.


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 segfault

 
 by luciform on: Oct 7 2010
 
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It's segfaults when creating new note... But looks promising, I hope it will be continued.


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 Re: segfault

 
 by Tribule on: Oct 7 2010
 
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Could you give me more details about your system and the segfault?


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 Re: Re: segfault

 
 by luciform on: Oct 12 2010
 
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That's weird, when I downloaded and builded it again, it worked fine. Maybe the Moon's phase was incorrect last time =).


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