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If you have the time and interest, there's a wiki comparison website at:

Here's a quick review of Planz:


So my quest for a (desktop) outliner continued after a night sleep. Now I'm done.

If you go to Wikipedia > > Personal project planer you'll eventually end up at an open source application that I haven't been able to find mentioned anywhere else on the Internet.

The application is now called Planz. There is a interesting video on the website.

It remains to be checked out. Hopefully, this is a what Tranglos is looking for.

Couldn't drop this :(; had to contribute before going to sleep (3 AM in Stockholm, Sweden):

(some screenshots at top of page at

Looks interesting, but I have not tried it yet.

General Software Discussion / Re: spell checker in any text
« on: November 03, 2011, 06:11 PM »
Clipboard Help and spell (CHS):

High-quality spellcheck - underlined mistakes; learning spellchecker

General Software Discussion / Re: Software Hall of Fame
« on: October 21, 2011, 05:04 PM »
My first love was XtreeGold:
Unique piece of software.

... or maybe first version of Leisure Suit Larry  ;)

General Software Discussion / Re: Recommend host for slide shows?
« on: October 13, 2011, 12:37 PM »
Some other options: (part of TechSmith's domain)

For making and presenting amazing online presentations (watch the examples):


General Software Discussion / Re: Recommend host for slide shows?
« on: October 12, 2011, 04:59 PM »
How about

A good article with lots of suggestions can be found at


From FIDO-net, through Usenet, to DonationCoder - the only thing do really miss from those days might be the promising noice from the modem, making a connection.

Anyhow - greetings from IKEA-country, and good luck!   :-*

BTW - more Mouser videos to the people!

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