June 27, 2006

Tuxcards 2.0: New release for the Notes taking software for Linux

Category: Software,Software development — by Amit Chaudhary @ 7:05 pm

Announcing release of TuxCards 2.0, the Notes taking software for Linux. I used the TuxCards 1.2 by Alex Theel. After waiting more than a year for updates, I decided to go ahead and fix some of the more obvious bugs and added a few features including encryption and text colors. I will also put it up on freshmeat and sourceforge soon.
The main page for downloads (Sources, precompiled executables and Screenshots): TuxCards 2.0

TuxCards right now is the most optimal Linux application for creating and managing lists of notes (I create a lot of those.)

It is the most similar one on Linux to Action Outline mentioned by Steve Pavlina in his planning blog entries and software mentioned on the GTD inspired 43things blog.

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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for updating Tuxcards. I especially like the encryption feature, I may use it to replace the no-longer-maintained Gringotts program.

    Brad

    Comment by Bradley Reed — June 29, 2006 @ 2:24 pm
  2. There are still some bugs in the encrypt/decrypt…

    I enter
    RegKey=”1a19cef5-1c9a52525-158f2384d-708fc0a-185808e8d-10e8b4ce7″
    encrypt the file; save; exit

    when I repoen the file I get something like:
    RegKüf·@(f· 7ü‘7ˆ‘7Ð岿h岿OMü‘7Ð岿đ7ˆey=”1a19cef5-1c9a52525-158f2384d-708fc0a-185808e8d-10e8b4ce7″

    Comment by Bradley Reed — June 30, 2006 @ 5:41 am

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