May 17, 2007 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] NoteList allows to store notes in a free form using text and images with full word processing capabilities. It is based on a list of notes on the left and the content of the selected note on the right. When a list of notes is inserted, to access a note just click the name of the note on the left and have the content available on the right. Notes can be categorized and filtered by category. Notes can be stored and edited using formatted text with font size style and images that can be imported via copy and paste and via drag and drop.
Notes are inside a single NoteList compact document. A document can store an unlimited number of notes. You can open an unlimited number of documents with an unlimited number of note inside. NoteList is simple and effective. Use it and you will love it. NoteList adapts itself to your needs and in case you like to use it as a utility you can choose to have your preferred document opened at launch time.
Browsing all your notes is easy, you can navigate inside any NoteList document using the mouse or the keyboard, you can navigate and copy notes using, if you like, only the keyboard. NoteList allows to search for notes inside a document using the find field in the upper part of the window and combining it with category filtering.
The list of available notes will be adapted to the matching notes as you type (no pressing of return required), the list will adapt itself to your search string. It is simple but very effective. It is the right solution to store frequented accessed data that you need to have ready to copy and paste in other document, or others information such as checklist and many other various kind of informations not structured in a way that make them suitable for inserting in a database but that you need to store in same place!
NoteList offers a modern solution, customized for OS X Panther and Tiger to this problem. All the content of the notes inside any NoteList document is Spotlight enabled and searchable from outside NoteList using the Spotlight menu under Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and successive.
It doesn't require a plugin to be installed in a separate place of your hard disk to work with Spotlight because the Spotlight technology is inside the application itself from version 1.0. Spotlight functionality for NoteList documents is enabled when you simply install NoteList under your application folder and launch it the first time.
* Native for Mac OS X in Cocoa
* Easy to use and powerful
* Free format note let you insert text as you like
* Unlimited number of category per document
* Unlimited number of notes per document
* Full set of tools for formatting and working with text as in a word processor
* Drag and Drop of images directly inside the document
* Fast internal search as you type
* Spotlight native without installation of auxiliary plugins from version 1.0
New in this release:
* Color label categories
* Remembers window and columns size
* Bug fix
File size: 332 KB
Tension Software started in 1997 developing Mac software for Mac OS Classic. Now Tension Software still develops Mac software using the last Apple technology, Cocoa and Objective-C. All the current Mac production is made by Universal Applications native on both PPC Mac and Intel Mac.