Re: [ba-ohs-talk] KeyNote -- a PIM?
I've been using KeyNote 1.3.5 for a couple of days now.
Me lo gusta mucho!
It has huge resonance with the GUI Ideas that I posted some time ago
(but that's not the reason I like it - I like it because it's just plain
Though I wish the help documentation was more complete so that I could tell
what features might be missing, rather than just hidden from my present
point of ignorance. (02)
Maybe if that model could just be given a integrated markup editing mode
(with validation - so it could double as an XML editor), and a way to view
the links between parts of a KNote as a graph, and more work on the markup
export, it would be an awesome tool. (03)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Park" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 11:56 PM
Subject: [ba-ohs-talk] KeyNote -- a PIM? (05)
> Over at www.memes.net, somebody started a node about ZigZag:
> Somebody noted that KeyNote does that:
> Take a look at the screenshots at
> "Keynote is a flexible, multi-featured tabbed notebook, based on Windows
> standard RichEdit control. It's always accessible with a single keypress,
> even if you work in another application. It's certainly more fun to use
> than pen and paper! Take a look at the screenshots page to see for
> The basic idea in KeyNote is that you can have many separate notes within
> single file. This means that you do not need to open several files - for
> most purposes it is enough to create only one file and several notes
> it. With the addition of the tree-type notes, you now have a
> three-dimensional notebook: many notes within one file and a multi-level,
> nested pages within a single note.
> Optionally, KeyNote can encrypt your data securely using the Blowfish or
> Idea algorithms. Keynote's interface and behavior are extremely
> KeyNote is now open source (Delphi/Kylix, Mozilla license) at