xJournal offers you a flexible way of managing various information, projects and tasks. You can structure everything as you like, search the whole database, sort and limit the displayed data. It comes with five different types of nodes for folders, calendars, projects, tasks and notes. You can build your own tree from those nodes and nest them in any order. Different options for the different nodes allow you to keep track of projects and find the information you want. It can be used to manage your favorite dishes, a list of upcomming movies, all your passwords (with encryption) and much more.
Reviewing 1.3.0102 (Jun 6, 2006)
I have tried several organizer programs. This one is ideal for maintaining that "view from 30,000 feet." I start and end each day with a quick look and immediately know where I am on every project. Nice work.
Reviewing 1.3.0098 (Jan 11, 2006)
Sorry, but my last release (0098) prevented successful testing with some bug on startup. Please grab the new release (0102+) from the website or when this entry has been updated. Thanks!
Reviewing 1.3.0094 (May 16, 2005)
It's really the program I looking for. Thanks for the good work. Looking for more new features and improvement.
Reviewing 1.3.0083 (Apr 5, 2005)
xJournal is getting better. THX for this Version.
I have found one little Bug ... Mail is on the way
Reviewing 1.2.0076 (Mar 30, 2005)
Nice little proggy. Exactly what I needed.
Reviewing 1.2.0069 (Mar 29, 2005)
Could you please clarify your problems with the textbox (send me an email please)? Copy/paste and typing works well for me. You can also use the popup menu for some simple styling.
The painting-bug in the tree is temporary and will be fixed in the next release. Any other problems?
Reviewing 1.2.0069 (Mar 24, 2005)
The Idea is really good, i like the Userinterface.I would use it, but there are to many Bugs. Sorry version 1.2.0069 is full of Bugs, for example GUI repainting and the big right Textbox (i cant type,copy,paste some text without errors).
Do you think xml is the right Database Filetype?
now xJournal is on my Watchlist, if it gets better I use it.
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