Wednesday, 12 March 2014

RedNotebook, lightweight, and an powerful modern daily journal...

Source: RedNotebook
In this article, we give a simple overview of this powerful application.
We also show, the easiest way to install it on your system.


Source: RedNotebook

RedNotebook is a modern cross-platform  journal, that includes a calendar navigation, customizable templates, export functionality, word clouds, and you can also format, tag and search your entries.

The Interface
RedNotebook, have a modern and user friendly interface, but without complicate what you want to do. Allows the user an easy access to is content with comprehensible way to keeping a journal or a log of what you've done.
 Main Features
  • Tagging
  • Format your text bold, italic or underlined
  • Insert Images, files and links to websites
  • Links and mail addresses are recognized automatically
  • Spell Check on Linux
  • Live-Search
  • Automatic saving
  • Backup to zip archive
  • Word Clouds with most often used words and tags
  • Templates
  • Export the journal to PDF, HTML, Latex or plain text
  • The data is stored in plain text files, no database is needed
  • Translated into more than 30 languages

Source: RedNotebook

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Final Notes
This is the most complete diary journal, with rich editing features I found until now. It works almost like a Wiki, and at a glance, RedNotebook looks like a planner. I use as a planner for events, and also for all the daily information than necessary to access in the future.

How to install...
  • On Ubuntu, and derivatives systems
    • The RedNotebook is available in the repositories (version 1.4).
      One way to install it through the Ubuntu Software Center.
        • Just open the Software Center, and write in the search bar - rednotebook
    • Another way is through the command line in terminal
      For a flawless installation, press Ctrl + Alt + T on your keyboard to open the terminal. Then copy (Ctrl + C) command lines given below one by one, and then paste (Ctrl + V) into terminal. (Give the order of execution by pressing the enter key)
        • sudo apt-get install rednotebook
    • But if you want to install the latest available version (1.8) install the following command lines.
      For a flawless installation, press Ctrl + Alt + T on your keyboard to open the terminal. Then copy (Ctrl + C) command lines given below one by one, and then paste (Ctrl + V) into terminal. (Give the order of execution by pressing the enter key)
        • sudo apt-add-repository ppa:rednotebook/daily 
        • sudo apt-get update 
        • sudo apt-get install rednotebook
  • On Debian, and derivatives systems
        • sudo apt-get install rednotebook
  • On Arch, and derived systems
        • yaourt -S rednotebook
  • On Fedora, and derived systems
        • yum install rednotebook


Features
  • Development status
    • Active 
  • Last update
    • 2013/12/12
  • Latest Version
    • 1.8
  • License
    • GPL v2
  • Cost
    • Free
Platform
  • Linux
  • OS X
  • Windows
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