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E-Notes is an application delete, create, and configure your notes. The configuration can modify all properties of a note, like the border, title, text, colors (text and background), background image, font, padding, transparency, window attributes, shading, and defaults. An alarm can also be set for each note, and it works with the Enlightenment epplet and Window Maker dockapp.

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Recent releases

  •  19 May 2001 09:48

    Release Notes: Rewrites to support docking and XML format to store the notes (using the Xerces library), a time clock on the dock app, total number of notes on the dock app, replacing use of C++ linked lists with wmlist, disassociation of the configuration window from the main program, a dock app redesign inspired from wmppp, no more epplet compatibility, removal of the alarm clock, and saving notes automatically.

    •  27 Apr 2000 09:48

      Release Notes: A new alarm clock, full Enlightenment epplet compatibility (in the make procedure, just choose which one you want: the dockapp or the epplet), real clickable buttons which disappear when not needed, and a non-withdrawn window startup option for the dockapp.

      •  21 Apr 2000 14:11

        Release Notes: This release is no longer epplet compatible (imlib2 and epplet code has been removed and only X and imlib are used now), and no longer uses IPC comm.; there is only one executable now. It adds a new GTK config interface, x,y padding, sticky and ontop attributes, the ability to use all X fonts, font antialiasing, backgd images browsing, pseudo transparency, total transparency, variable shading, an unlimited # of notes (using linked lists), an OO C++ graphic renderer, and fixes for cpu time consuming and memory bugs.

        •  31 Jan 2000 12:46

          Release Notes: Full Enlightenment compliance. The GTK configuration interface has been replaced by an Enlightenment epplet config window. auto-configure support. Icons have been introduced and the path of images and fonts can now be configured.

          •  22 Jan 2000 01:34

            Release Notes: Initial release.


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