Xtort.net QJot

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zacory
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Xtort.net QJot

#1 Post by zacory »

[Mod Note: the present is the official forum topic for QJot; https://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=329]

[2021-02-13 Mod note2: xtort.net website gone -- QJot last known location was http://xtort.net/xtort-software/qjot/ -- entry fully redirected to Softpedia.]

Xtort.net has great tools, at www.xtort.net

From these tools Qjt is a wordpad replacement.

The newest is now 5.6.

Here: http://www.xtort.net/xtort/qjot.php

Please update it.

Thanks,

See you,

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#2 Post by Andrew Lee »

Database updated. Thanks!

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Xtort.net QJot

#3 Post by AlephX »

http://www.xtort.net/xtort/qjot.php

v5.7

* Fixed bug when adding date with stay on top enabled

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Q-Jot 5.9

#4 Post by webfork »

The latest version appears to have been made fully portable without need for Universal Extractor:


Theirs: 5.9
http://www.xtort.net/xtort-software/qjot/

Ours: 5.8
http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=329


... this update doesn't have any release notes but the program claims to save to .doc format, something that at least one user complained about in the comments.

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release notes

#5 Post by webfork »

Sorry, there was a readme file attached:

"Fixed bug in print preview"

... so ... not a major update.

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QJOT AND WORDWEB

#6 Post by donald »

QJOT AND WORDWEB

Can Q-jot be made to run the portable installation of Wordweb?

I will attempt to contact the author but would appreciate any help.


Re: can Q-jot be set to recognize a portable Wordweb?‏

reply from author\developer "I dont know, I never tried this yet. I will put it on my list though!"

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