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It would be a wonderful tool for integrating with dynamic websites and perhaps even more.
Some minor problems, but good overall quality. But how does KDissert help me? A lot more robust and customizable than expected.
The files exported as OpenOffice documents can be opened with the KOffice suite as well. Several panels have been added: You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not kdissegt any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
Views View Edit History. It creates a more compact display but I find the smart one better in case of small mindmaps. A tree view with integrated search Possibility to export in several common formats Possibility to add text and attachements for each item Integrated spellcheck.
I’m sure this is a very useful piece of software but I know it can be great. You may select the license of your choice. This view handles the tree in a very familiar and easy to use mode and it’s good mainly because of the included search box.
As far as I’m concerned this is very hard to implement and in fact I don’t know something similar that is able to do this. It features both a keissert view and a linear view, and several document generators LaTeX text and slides, OpenOffice.
Adding more ramifications make your idea grow more and using this software allows you to keep your ideas in order and in a place so you will not forget them. For each item you can associate a color and several flags.
Semantik – Mind-maps for KDE
Three new cleaning modes have been introduced to reorganize the mindmap trees automatically. Retrieved from ” https: Several parts of the GUI settings and dialogs have been changed.
For each item you can select a font and the text you put in that item can be written with bold, italic and underline. When you begin you have an ksissert canvas in the main window. Maybe I’m pushing the line a little kdiszert but if KDissert would be able to export as an SQL database this software would really be excellent for a lot more users.
Several new tools have been added: Two new connection styles have been added thick and thin splines. Check out some screenshots below: The Bad The interface is not very well optimized and also doesn’t look very good. The link handler has been rewritten, and links can kdiszert loaded automatically. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.
Semantik – openSUSE Wiki
Actually, I think it can be successfully used as project management software, as a tool for creating well structured documentation, websites where organized information is the important thing or, why not, as complex post-it software. If the tree gets too big you might want to use the tree view. If you are not a student and you feel this software might not be for you it’s a big possibility you might be wrong because I can see uses for it in a lot of environments.
Many crashes and installation issues have been resolved.