CintaNotes 2.1.1

CintaNotes is a small and easy to use personal note management application. It is designed to be your indispensable assistant in the daily task of collecting numerous pieces of information, whatever they may be: your own thoughts and ideas, book and article excerpts, job postings, famous quotes, research data, curious facts, Wikipedia definitions, blog posts, important news, you name it.

CintaNotes is a totally portable application, meaning that you can put it on a flash drive and run it directly from there - in this way, your notes will always be with you.

What's new in this version:

Enhancements:

  • Recycle bin window size and placement now remembered
  • Increased default font size
  • Added "Request free trial" button to the License dialog
  • Editor: note link caption now updated on Ctrl+Alt+L and Enter
  • Shift+Esc to minimize main window keeping search filters
  • Updated SQLite to version 3.7.16.1
  • Updated translations

Fixes:

  • SimpleNote sync: plus (+) symbol was syncing incorrectly
  • Simplenote sync: sudden crash during sync
  • Simplenote sync: could cause note edit windows to close all by themselves
  • Notebook upgrade failed if backup folder didn't already exist
  • Recycle bin: first click on "deleted" did nothing
  • Import function didn't check section count limit
  • Import with sections could cause program crash
  • Note links: possible error on creating new note
  • Editor: note links could get corrupted
  • Editor: correct copying of note links with text formats
  • Editor: Note was always saved to db when line trimming was on
  • Clipping: active tags of wrong section could be assigned

Download: CintaNotes 2.1.1 | 3.0 MB (Free for personal use, paid upgrade available)
Download: Portable CintaNotes 2.1.1 | 2.5 MB
Screenshots: >>Click Here<<
View: CintaNotes Website

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