Office | VoodooPad Lite 4.3.6
Author: Flying Meat Inc.
Date: 04/22/2012 08:56 AM
Size: 4.7 MB
Requires: OS X 10.5/10.6/10.7
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VoodooPad is like having your own personal hypertext library, where you can jot down notes, web addresses, to-do lists... Anything on your mind. VoodooPad automatically links each page together, to form a miniature world wide web, on your desktop! Anybody familiar with the WikiWikiWeb will feel right at home with VoodooPad.
Type in your notes, and highlight important words or phrases to create new pages; or drag and drop folders, images, applications, or URLs into VoodooPad - they're linked up whenever the word representing it is found.
Tabs: Open pages in multiple tabs, all in the same window.
Support for big documents: Stuff gigabytes of data inside a VoodooPad document, it won't mind.
Palettes: VoodooPad sheds the drawer and moves content out into easy to use palettes. Find your backlinks, pages list, tags, recently updated pages, and (new for 3.0) recently visited pages quickly and easily.
Text Styles: Create, manage, and apply custom text styles available from a floating palette or the menubar - all within VoodooPad.
Fast searching and Spotlight support: Besides blazing fast searching from within VoodooPad, you can also use Spotlight to look through your documents.
Lists and auto-bullets: Make lists and outlines with a couple of simple key commands.
Saved Workspaces: Quit with all your windows open. Relaunch, and there they are again. Great for picking up where you left off.
Address Book Integration: Type a name of a person in VoodooPad, and it becomes a link you can act on.
Crazy Export Goodness: No lock in! That's one of our favorite sayings. VoodooPad has 8 (EIGHT!) different ways for you to export or save your data. (Not all export options are available in VoodooPad Lite)
Export to your iPod Notes folder for a wiki on the go. (for 3rd generation and up iPods).
Export to your iPod Contacts folder (1st and 2nd generation iPods)
Save as Microsoft Word documents
Export RTFD (Rich Text Format) files.
Export as HTML, so you can view your wiki in a web browser, or ftp it to a website.
Split out pages into a brand new VoodooPad document.
And finally, as good old plain text files.
Autocomplete Page Names:
What was the name of that page again.. Voodoo.. something? Press Command-K to have VoodooPad lookup up the page name for you.
And you can also bring up the "Open Page.." sheet to bring forth autocomplete goodness. Just type in the beginning of any page and VoodooPad will find it for you.
UNIX Scripting Geeks Wanted:
echo "Hello from VoodooPad!"
Whether it's Python, Perl, Ruby or any other of your favorite Unix scripting languages- VoodooPad can run it and display the results. Just type in a script and hit Command-R and the page will run as a script like you were at a terminal. VoodooPad works great as a script library.
iPod Note Navigation: If you are the lucky owner of at least a 3rd generation iPod, then we've got some great news for you- You can export your VoodooPad document to your "iPod Notes" folder, and you can read and navigate your document just like you were running VoodooPad on your iPod. The same linked words show up for you to click on, and you can go from page to page just like you were using VoodooPad, only with an iPod scroll wheel instead of a mouse!
Drag and Drop:
VoodooPad does some cool tricks with drag and drop. Drag and drop images into VoodooPad, it'll ask you whether to paste them into the page, or just link to the file. Even drag and drop URL's and images straight from Safari or any other browser!
Drop files, folders, and applications from the Finder- they will be linked up just like a regular VoodooPad page.
For more information on the differences between Voodoo Pad and Voodoo Pad Lite, see author's site.
OS X 10.5-10.7
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