StickyNotes

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HOW TO INSTALL StickNotes:

1. Change PATH_to_NOTES, to the path to the path of your notes file
2. Edit your notes file
Last changelog:

13 years ago

01/07/2004:
StickyNotes version 0.1 Alpha release

samheg

11 years ago

Hi,
I can't get it work.
I edit the txt file but sticky notes doesn't display any text.

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guysoft

13 years ago

it looks nice, it still seems like karamba could do simular things and more compatible when it comes to the desktop.

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guysoft

13 years ago

planning a beta?

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TheStick

13 years ago

Try Knotes. It's very nice, and has a tray icon.

It actually does whay you're asking! Alt-Shift-N to bring up a new note.

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3vi1

13 years ago

It's a good start, but it needs a few things. I added:

clickarea x=5 y=5 w=220 h=190 ONCLICK="kwrite {my/path/to/notefile}"

To it so that I could simply click the note to bring up the notefile in an editor. It would be really nice if it had some kind of in-line editing.

And, it could uses a button (maybe one that looks like a thumbtack) that would spawn additional instances of the theme notes, for when you run out of room.

Also, it would be nice if it automagically created/named the notes files (maybe .sticky1, .sticky2, etc. in ~/.stickynotes).

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13 years ago

01/07/2004:
StickyNotes version 0.1 Alpha release

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