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i have heard the same thing as you regarding vbulletin from people in a position to know; so if you have the money and are ok with the support license, it may be the way to go.Um, not yet....-mouser (June 05, 2005, 04:33 PM)
okay, i'll keep checking the Bitwise magazine for any updates but could you please post back here when you feel Mentalika is ready for a more general audience - i'm sure i won't be the only person that would like to know.Okeydokey. As you might imagine I'm a bit snowed under with other matters just at the moment. But I'll get my mind tuned into other things again some time after June the 1st....-nudone (May 20, 2005, 06:12 AM)
okay, i'm intrigued. is mentalika available to non-mentalists?Not yet. I'm currently working on an updated version which I shall probably make more generally available. As I said, I'm thinking of writing some articles for Bitwise explaining how to program some features (e.g. how to attach rich text notes to the nodes of a tree view and save and restore these to and from disk). The entire program is far too complicated to explain in a few articles but selected features such as the above would probably be of interest to people.-nudone (May 19, 2005, 04:26 PM)
a special note taking program just for mentalists - that sounds truly bizarre, Bitwise.Um, yes, I suppose it does....-nudone (May 19, 2005, 02:24 AM)
Dang, and I was sooo looking forward to the article, "This Summer's Hottest Mousepads!Hmmm.... now you mention it, maybe I was too hasty to reject that idea!-zridling (May 17, 2005, 12:03 AM)