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Snappy
post Feb 22 2008, 09:08 AM
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Hi all,

This is way off-topic. I'm using notepad++ on windows, zeditor on my z, and kwrite on my eeepc. I was wondering if kwrite or some text editor has support for hyperlinking?

I'm trying out tiddlywiki but for really large files, like journals, it can be a tad slow. Any substitute app that you are using for something like tiddlywiki, but light like kwrite?

Maybe I should get konqueror installed just to run tiddlywiki? Is it lighter than firefox? I think it is right? Does it make sense?
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post Feb 22 2008, 10:31 AM
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QUOTE(Snappy @ Feb 22 2008, 08:08 AM) *
Hi all,

This is way off-topic. I'm using notepad++ on windows, zeditor on my z, and kwrite on my eeepc. I was wondering if kwrite or some text editor has support for hyperlinking?

I'm trying out tiddlywiki but for really large files, like journals, it can be a tad slow. Any substitute app that you are using for something like tiddlywiki, but light like kwrite?

Maybe I should get konqueror installed just to run tiddlywiki? Is it lighter than firefox? I think it is right? Does it make sense?

emacs?
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post Feb 23 2008, 06:24 AM
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QUOTE(Snappy @ Feb 22 2008, 08:08 AM) *
Hi all,

This is way off-topic. I'm using notepad++ on windows, zeditor on my z, and kwrite on my eeepc. I was wondering if kwrite or some text editor has support for hyperlinking?

I'm trying out tiddlywiki but for really large files, like journals, it can be a tad slow. Any substitute app that you are using for something like tiddlywiki, but light like kwrite?

Maybe I should get konqueror installed just to run tiddlywiki? Is it lighter than firefox? I think it is right? Does it make sense?

emacs?



Gee ... let me try. Thanks. smile.gif
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post Feb 23 2008, 12:14 PM
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QUOTE(Snappy @ Feb 22 2008, 08:08 AM) *
Hi all,

This is way off-topic. I'm using notepad++ on windows, zeditor on my z, and kwrite on my eeepc. I was wondering if kwrite or some text editor has support for hyperlinking?

I'm trying out tiddlywiki but for really large files, like journals, it can be a tad slow. Any substitute app that you are using for something like tiddlywiki, but light like kwrite?

Maybe I should get konqueror installed just to run tiddlywiki? Is it lighter than firefox? I think it is right? Does it make sense?

emacs?



Gee ... let me try. Thanks. smile.gif

Let us know how it worked out? I haven't used emacs since the desktop variety was actually called microemacs smile.gif
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post Feb 24 2008, 07:02 AM
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QUOTE(adf @ Feb 23 2008, 02:31 AM) *
QUOTE(Snappy @ Feb 22 2008, 08:08 AM) *
Hi all,

This is way off-topic. I'm using notepad++ on windows, zeditor on my z, and kwrite on my eeepc. I was wondering if kwrite or some text editor has support for hyperlinking?

I'm trying out tiddlywiki but for really large files, like journals, it can be a tad slow. Any substitute app that you are using for something like tiddlywiki, but light like kwrite?

Maybe I should get konqueror installed just to run tiddlywiki? Is it lighter than firefox? I think it is right? Does it make sense?

emacs?



Gee ... let me try. Thanks. smile.gif

Let us know how it worked out? I haven't used emacs since the desktop variety was actually called microemacs smile.gif


Still trying out ... seem to be pretty nifty but I'm having a tricky time navigating the manual / help system. Can't seem to get around creating links between files.
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