NoteTab Pro is 29.95. Individuals may install on
several machines for that price and there are quantity discounts for commercial users. It's been worth every penny.
Adds a spell checker and thesaurus, also syntax highlighting for HTML and Clipcode.
Use this link http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=6485 to get to the main NoteTab Pro page and make sure to check the results for latest version of NoteTab.
Installs fine, most things work as expected.
What does not
On the Library Bar - When it is clicked it closes the clipbook. The
workaround is to click and drag off the desired library. This happens
on all NoteTab Light, Standard, and Pro. This happens on all distributions of Linux.
The issue with the flashing cursor not being in the position of the actual cursor at the bottom of the page is still there. When enter is pressed a new line is added, but the cursor does not appear to moved. This is an issu that only affects Pro.
What was not tested
Full regression testing was not done.
I have similar results on Ubuntu 8.04.
|Distribution||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Rating||Submitter|
|Current||Slackware 12.0||Aug 13 2008||1.1.2||Yes||Yes||Gold||Larry Hamilton|
|Show||Ubuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Apr 28 2008||0.9.60||Yes||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|
|Show||Slackware 12.0||Mar 09 2008||0.9.57.||Yes||Yes||Platinum||Larry Hamilton|
|Show||KNOPPIX 5.1.0||Jan 07 2008||0.9.47.||Yes||Yes||Platinum||George|
|Bug #||Description||Status||Resolution||Other apps affected|
|11955||NoteTab Pro 5.5 Cursor Display Issue||NEW||View|
|11956||NoteTab All types & versions Select Clip Library from Library Bar||NEW||View|
I have the best success with Wine if I uninstall the old version of Wine before installing the new version.
I keep a copy of the install for the version that I know works, so if the new version of Wine introduces new issues, I can easily roll back to a working configuration.
All the user settings are unaffected by uninstalling Wine. All user settings are kept under /home/username/.wine.
If you want to try a completely new install of NoteTab or any other Windows program and preserve your settings, you can rename the .wine directory in your user directory.There have been no issues that have required this for a couple of years.
No special settings have been required to get NoteTab Pro to work.
The best place for questions on NoteTab and Linux is the Yahoo Group.http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-linux/
There is a Yahoo Group for NoteTab users who run Linux.
All Linux distributions are welcome and all version of NoteTab are welcome.
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