[kdepim-users] Re: various windows

O. Sinclair o.sinclair at gmail.com
Wed Jul 27 14:04:30 BST 2011

On 21/07/2011 21:12, Martin Steigerwald wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 20. Juli 2011 schrieb O. Sinclair:
>> On 20/07/2011 10:02, Dave Griffiths wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 20 Jul 2011 09:57:47 O. Sinclair wrote:
>>>> On 20/07/2011 09:35, Dave Griffiths wrote:
> [...]
>>>>> Hi Sérgio,
>>>>> It certainly is. Exit Kontact and then launch each application
>>>>> separately, KMail, then KJots and both will appear as stand-alone
>>>>> apps.
>>>> I believe that will be "KNotes" in many distributions and not KJots?
> [...]
>>> Hi. For me with KDEPIM2, KJots provided Notebooks, Knotes provides
>>> pop-up notes. I think this was the same with KDEPIM previously, but
>>> I could be wrong.
>> KNotes keep the notes "in kontact" if you enable the module and can be
>> used "breakout" as well. KJots are, as you say, notebooks and a bit
>> different. I feel there is little development on KJots (or at least not
>> visible) and Basket is not quite "there yet" and integrated w Kontact
>> so still use KNotes for - well notes. And Zim wiki for more
>> "complicated" memory stuff
> What do you mean by "not quite there yet"? I use Basket privately and with
> my job regularily for taking all kind of notes. The KDE 4 port that is.
> Sure its not an official 2.0 yet, but it does work quite well for me.
this reply was long in the making as I decided to give Basket another 
go. I agree - it works well, I have sent Zim back to gtk-hell and 
reorganised most of my notes in Basket. If we could now get it back in 

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