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BasKet Note Pads

   2.0 Beta 2  

KDE Other Utility

Score 90%
BasKet Note Pads

BasKet Note Pads

BasKet Note Pads

Link:  http://basket.kde.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  34246
Submitted:  Jan 9 2004
Updated:  Oct 1 2010


This multi-purpose note-taking application can helps you to:

- Easily take all sort of notes
- Collect research results and share them
- Centralize your project data and re-use them
- Quickly organize your toughts in idea boxes
- Keep track of your information in a smart way
- Make intelligent To Do lists
- And a lot more...

This application provides several baskets where to drop every sort of notes: rich text, links, images, sounds, files, colors, application launcher...
Objects can be edited, copied, dragged... So, you can arrange them as you want!
This application can be used to quickly drop web objects (link, text, images...) or notes, as well as to free your clutered desktop (if any).
It is also useful to collect informations for a report. Those data can be shared with co-workers by exporting baskets to HTML.

For a more complete presentations, see:

For a lot more screenshots showing all windows if the application, see:

You can also take part in the BasKet Note Pads Usability Project to help improve this application:


[2010-09-30[ BasKet 2.0 Beta 2 Released

BasKet 2.0 Beta 2 has been released by Matt Rogers. Go get it!

[2010-03-23] BasKet 2.0 Beta 1 Released

The BasKet project is proud to announce the release of version 2.0 beta 1. This version serves as a pre-release version for developers and distributors and should not be considered suitable for a production system. BasKet 2.0 will be a new major release which brings Qt4 and KDE 4 compatibility to BasKet and paves the way for future releases which take advantage of KDE 4 technologies such as Akonadi and Nepomuk. Due to the pervasive nature of these changes, there may be inevitable bugs in some features of the new release. However, the new version is in many ways more stable and robust than previous releases (especially when running on the KDE 4 platform) and users are recommended to switch to the new version when it comes out.

We hope to release version 2.0 within a few months.

Previous versions of BasKet, which depended on KDE 3 libraries, are now considered deprecated and will no longer be maintained.

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 Adding picture

 by miguipda on: Jan 12 2008
Score 50%


we are actually eady to manage a big project. We though to use basket to help us but we really need the functionnality to addd pictures in a basket.
How can we do it and please enhance basket as quickly as possible.

Sincerely for this usefull progam.

Have a nice day,

Miguipda ;-)

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 Re: Adding picture

 by Sebien on: Jan 12 2008
Score 50%

You already can add pictures to baskets.
Simply drop an image, or use the "Image" item in the "Insert" menu to add a new blank image. You also can use the menu "Insert" -> "From File..." and choose the image to import.
You can't edit it for the moment.

But in the options, you can configure with which application to open images, in the "Applications" setting page. For instance, use "gimp" to open image notes.

Then, select an image and choose "Note" -> "Open" (or simply press F9). The image will be opened in Gimp, and as soon as you save it, it will be reflected in the basket.

I hope that later on, the new developers will implement an image editor.

Author of
BasKet Note Pads: http://basket.kde.org/
Kirocker Music Display: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=52869
Glossyk: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Glossyk?content=40797

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 Fixing object

 by miguipda on: Jan 18 2008
Score 50%


is it possible to add the functionality to be able to lock an object in a basket to prevent to move it in another or to change his position in the basket organisation ?

It could be so useful.

Thx and have a nice day,

Miguipda ;-)

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 New developers

 by gerhardr on: Jan 19 2008
Score 50%

Very useful project that boosts the use of kde in the scientific community. I heard that there are new developers working on it right now!!! Thank you very, very much that you keep this project alive. What would really be cool is seeing this program working well also with bibliographic entries. and make entries generated in bibtex show nicely formatted there. Would be nice to have communication possibility with reference programs a la Kbibtex [url]http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/KBibTeX?content=27421[\url]. Drag and drop or some push command! Keep up this brilliant work and I'm happy to test any version for KDE4. (No coding, sorry :(

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 GTDBasket icon issue

 by ppsimoes on: Jan 23 2008
Score 50%

First I want to thank you and say that this is the one of the best app I've found.

I have a problem and I do not know if you can help me. When I import GTD.basket it says that it can not write the icons on my .kde/share/apps/basket/etc folder. Do you know if there is something I can do about this?

I tried to change the permissions on the basket folder, but it didn't work and I must confess I do not have a good knowledge about how linux handles this.
Thank you for your time

paula simões
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 Re: GTDBasket icon issue

 by kind-of-blue on: Jan 29 2008
Score 50%

all the errors u have should be about icons ...

simply apply your icons instead the default one ... by hand, after importing the basket

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 Re: GTDBasket icon issue

 by Complain on: Mar 8 2015
Score 63%

The correct answer and one that worked for me ...

In a terminal window enter this code ...

export ICO=~/.kde/share/apps/basket/basket-icons; mkdir $ICO; cd $ICO
for d in xygen-icons n-icons cons icons; do mkdir -p $d/16x16/actions; done

Just copy and paste (keyboard shortcut in linux use in terminal "SHIFT + CTR + v" )
This code creates the proper folder structure for the import to work for this GTD.basket file.

If this doesn't work! The chances are that your Baskets are in a different place to use the icons. Like mine was. My baskets are stored elsewhere. Where is unimportant. To find out where yours are stored ... open Basket Note Pads, goto Basket>Backup and Restore ... Your "Saved to folder" should be highlighted in black bold in the popup window that appears. Just make a note of where that location is because this is where you have to make the folder structure for the import to work. You can make changes to the location of this "Saved to folder" from the two radio buttons below the bolded text if you need to alter the location of your baskets folders. If you don't need to make any changes to the location just close the popup after noting where the location is in bold.

Now go here "~/.kde/share/apps/basket/basket-icons" in whatever file and folder app you use ( I use Nemo with two panes side by side for easy copy and paste operations ) ... and copy the "basket-icons" folder from this location to the "basket-icons" folder in the location noted in "Saved to folder" in Basket Note Pads ( using merge if that option is available in your folder app. You want to "add" these folder structures rather than overwrite what is there in your "saved folder location" for Basket Note Pads. If in doubt (noobs), use a dummy folder first and perform the operation there to make sure the operation merges correctly. When sure you got it right go back and perform the operation for real on the correct folders and locations.)

After successful copy and paste operation of folder structures to proper locations, retry to import in Basket Note Pads of the GTD.basket file. In Basket Note Pads ... go to Basket>Import>Basket Archive. Locate your GTD.basket file from where you saved it and viola! Your GTD.basket should import correctly.

Until I performed these operations successfully, the import would not even work. So manually adding the icons "by hand" were not even an option.

Okay! So now GTD like crazy you procrastinators!

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 How many Gigs ?

 by Obie on: Feb 5 2008
Score 50%

How much data can BasKet hold?
We have many Gigs of data in TreePad and are converting over to Basket.

Is there a way to accomodate hundreds of Gigs of data?

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 Thanks very much!

 by iamseawolf on: Feb 13 2008
Score 50%
University of Chester

Just a note to say that I love this program.

I switched from Tomboy as I'm a KDE user and Tomboy had a good chuck on GTK and Mono behind it slowing it down.

After a little Googling, I came across Basket and it's even better than I'd hoped! With it being in the fedora repos, simply 'yum install basket' got it here so I'm very impressed.

I know you, as a developer, haven't much time but I really appriciate your efforts.

Thanks very much!

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