OutWiker is designed to store notes in a tree. Such programs are called "outliner", personal wiki, or tree-like editors. OutWiker's main difference from the other similar programs is keeping the tree of notes in the form of directories on disk, and encouraging changing the base by external sources and programs.
I've been testing out this program and still trying to wrap my head around it: I love the fact that it uses MediaWiki formatting, which I'm reasonably familiar with, but the swap between MediaWiki and actual document is strange. I'm not sure if I want a split screen view or a WYSIWYG editor that has an available wiki/html backend. Either way, you can drag and drop any files into the attachments box and I see a LOT of possibilities there. It saves everything in a very clear way so there's no weird containment structure.
Either way, it's a really cool idea and very different from CherryTree.
smaragdus wrote:... just create a file "outwiker.ini" in the program folder.
Thanks for that.
I am Baas wrote:... move to the "Portable Freeware Submission"
- Added spell checker.
- Created the groups for the icons.
- Now users can add custom icons.
- The choice of colors for the tag cloud.
- The choise the action when you make left or middle mouse click on the tag.
- The choise the action when you make double mouse click on the attached file.
- Added the new wiki commands for the table creation: (:table:), (:row:), (:cell:), (:hcell:).
- Improved search het keys for the actions.
- Added new icons.
- Added new page styles.
- Now in the link inserting dialog you can select an attached file to create link to it.
- Added help.