[futurebasic] Re: [FB] Where is OSX scrapbook

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From: Barrie <barrie@...>
Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 23:12:55 -0400
> 
> On Tuesday, May 18, 2004, at 10:32  PM, Barrie wrote:
> 
>> Is there a scrapbook (or equivalent) in OSX?
>> Barrie
> 
> Not that I know, but there are few shareware programs that duplicate it
> a bit.
> 
> Try Jotz at < http://www.thinkertons.com/jotz.htm >  ($17.50)
> 
> Robert
> 
> Snipped:
> 
> 
> Current Jotz Features
> 
> € Zero learning curve -- Essentials visible and obvious
> € Unlimited notes
> € Unlimited Note Pads
> € Unlimited note length
> € Notes can be text, graphics, web pages, whatever
> € Drag and drop import of numerous file types
> € Drag and drop export to RTFD (TextEdit) files
> € Drag and drop Notes between Pads
> € Finds and imports Classic Note Pad files
> € ToDo Drawer
> € Reference Drawer
> € Sophisticated printing control with WYSIWYG preview
> € Each pad has Full-contents "live" search
> € Multi-Pad "Browser Style" search
> € Sorting on multiple attributes
> € User configurable Pad background decor
> € Mutliple Pad window designs
> € Alias support for desktop/laptop sharing
> € Encrypt Notes with Blowfish
> € Automatic note title generation
> € Automatic note time/date stamping
> € Open file format -- notes can be read by TextEdit
> € Robust, auto "safe save" every few seconds
> € Extensive Undo support
> € User configurable Pad layout
> 
> --
> 
Robert
Thanks for confirming my suspicion that OSX has regressed from OS9. I will
try Jotz.
Barrie