Does Zim and Tomboy compete is any meaningful way ?? Little yellow sticky
notes (small and with a short time duration) and a notebook / journal
(longer in both time and length) might be seen to fill different needs on a
I use both, and find a place for both. It would be kinda nice to put a
Tomboy sticky note in my Zim journal sometimes ... although copy/paste will
do the trick.
On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 10:40 AM, Beni Cherniavsky <c...@users.sf.net>wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 16:10, Dotan Cohen<dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> * tomboy doesn't have any feature that zim hasn't (ok, it has one: you
> >> can choose text size)
> Just now noticed an important one: tomboy automatically turns any text
> that is a name of a note into a link! This removes some flexibility
> but makes linking much simpler to understand and easier to manage.
> Could we have it in Zim?
> >> * zim has a lot of useful features that tomboy hasn't (subfolders,
> >> backlinks, an equation editor, a calendar, a TODO list, embedded images,
> >> screen captures, version control)
> > I will try to mention those on Tomboy discussions, of which there are
> The most important one to me: Zim stores your text in plain files with
> simple format! Tomboy uses XML (a rather clean one) and the files are
> named like "99de74ca-b790-4094-bbbf-a254cbbadec1.note".
> Beni <c...@users.sf.net>
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