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« Reply #25 on: July 06, 2012, 05:08:27 PM »

RightNote now allows Evernote sync of notes that you set to the "Evernote" type.

I haven't tested it yet to see how well it works, but it is there.

You can see it in the last two entries on their revision history http://www.bauerapps.com/RightNoteHistory.html

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As an Evernote user who has also registered RightNote, I saw that, and I did test the new Evernote type very briefly, so take this as the kneejerk reaction it is.

I haven't figured out what value there is in using RightNote as a middleman, especially since you can only tag one note at a time in RightNote.  However it could indicate bigger plans ahead. Bear in mind that I use Evernote for a few different things, but I do a lot of web clipping probably more than anything else, something that RightNote does as well (Presumably you would not use the new Evernote feature for that case, since those notes are not Evernote notes.)

If you use Evernote, do you need RightNote? And vice versa?

It's easy enough to get notes into Evernote from the various Evernote add-ins and bookmarklets, with better formatting than I saw doing it from RightNote, and you can also use Simplify formatting in the Evernote software to clean up the format as well. Evernote has also realized you can use it as a Read it Later replacement, so now they have the Clearly add-on as another way to get notes into Evernote, except you have the option of selecting part of the page instead of having Read it Later tell you it can't save it because it is not an article. (Read it Later is now something else so I am not sure if this is still the case.) Evernote doesn't have a tree structure, but then again you can create a tree of tags in the Evernote client.

In RightNote, unless they've changed something, you have to find the branch of the tree and click on it before saving a note for the note to land in the right place: if clipping a note, it neither prompts for tags or for where in the tree it should go.

It would be cool if instead of a new Evernote type in RightNote, you could for example make a source code formatted note sync to Evernote.

Again this was my quick kneejerk reaction with limited testing (which means I probably shouldn't say anything. but oh well).

UPDATE (7/8): (sorry for steering the thread off topic)
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« Reply #26 on: July 06, 2012, 07:03:38 PM »

InfoRecall is working well ♥

But I can understand how several issues are making people (including myself) assuming something is seriously wrong. One of the (many?) small issues is the path in the titlebar: "C:\Program Files x86\InfoRecall\Data".  Why on earth does it say so, when the real path is "F:\InfoRecall\InfoRecall 15.3 Portable\Data"? I guess Bionic71 was right, saying that InfoRecall isn't properly build to be portable! If 'you' take the deal, I think it might be "safest" to grab the traditional installer...

But as I started out, it also is a fine program!


It says "C:\Program Files x86\InfoRecall\Data".  because it is the virtual path where ThinApp captured InfoRecall.
You can check this by Open/Browse to this directory from InfoRecall, only from InfoRecall you can see it's files listed "C:\Program Files x86\InfoRecall\Data".
Your actual portable could reside anywhere, it will always show what you see now.
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« Reply #27 on: July 06, 2012, 07:19:23 PM »

Now knowing it is originating from WMware / ThinApp, this sign at every launch makes more sense to me than it did the first times I launched the program, after having registered:





Otherwise I would have continued to worry that it wasn't properly registered to me (my USB).

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« Reply #28 on: July 11, 2012, 10:32:54 AM »

I have already stopped using InfoRecall; it launches unacceptable  s l o w .

Maybe today's bit is better (http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/ultra-recall-2/)
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« Reply #29 on: August 13, 2012, 02:57:37 PM »

I compared several freeform database programs in the past and settled on InfoSelect as the one most closely matching my needs.
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« Reply #30 on: January 01, 2013, 12:50:48 PM »

Hmm... InfoRecall updated to version 2013: http://www.phantech.com/







and what's that about VAT normally being included, but not for a portable version:



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