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OutNoted

An outline note-taking editor.

Just what it says on the tin: OutNoted is an editor for outlines made of one-line notes, inspired by the old Linux/BSD tool hnb.

Screenshot of a desktop application showing a tree of text notes in the main work area, along with a toolbar and other widgets. There aren't any icons.

This is my second attempt to make one; my interest in outliners dates back almost five years. The first time I failed however, because outliners are complicated.

The trick, as with many other things, is paring them down to the essence.

Download

OutNoted v1.2.2 (27K) is offered under the MIT license; see source code. System requirements:

OutNoted is relatively stable as of 15 October 2021. See also:

(The latter is mostly a mirror of this page.)

Features

Uses

How to use

Key bindings

(Many bindings have a Command- equivalent for Mac users.)

Ctrl-N
Start new outline
Ctrl-O
Open outline from disk
Ctrl-S
Save current outline
Ctrl-F
Find text from the beginning.
Ctrl-G
Find again from the last result.
Ctrl-1 / Ctrl-2 / Ctrl-3
Toggle note status.

Other bindings are shown in the menu.

Remarks

Wishlist

See also


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