Outwiker - Personal wiki and outliner
- Free • Open Source
- Note-taking Tool
What is OutWiker?
OutWiker is designed to store notes in a tree. Such programs are called "outliner", personal wiki, or tree-like editors. OutWiker's main difference from the other similar programs is keeping the tree of notes in the form of directories on disk, and encouraging changing the base by external sources and programs.
Also any number of files can be attached to the page. OutWiker can contain pages of different types, currently supports two types of pages: plain text and HTML, but the number of types of pages will increase in future.
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Comments and Reviews
Extremely powerful application! Installed this in Debian, and it blows Cherrytree out of water! It has everything, plus HTML preview, tabbed interface, tags and more!
Dont very much like it, because it does not have WYSIWYG editor and does not store all in one file, but in one folder.
Reply written ago
Oh, this app is now stable and installs on all my computers. I like that.
But here I am missing a few things:
checkboxes for ToDo-lists;
inheritance of item in the list, when you press enter and move to the next line;
combine the preview (which is now in the 2nd window) with the visual editor (instead of only one preview) (as in Zim);
at the entrance - the editable window of notepads selection (as in Zim).
[Edited by Tenteri, November 06]