Designed specially for Markdown, VNote is a Vim-inspired note-taking application, which knows programmers and Markdown better.Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax. It is designed so that it can be converted to HTML and many other formats using a tool by the same name. Markdown is often used to format readme files, for writing messages in online discussion forums, and to create rich text using a plain text editor.
Notes Manager VNote is traditional for most similar applications, the user interface optionally integrates in the notification area (system tray), supports the change skins (there are two light and one dark theme), disabling/hiding toolbars and menus.
Note uses a separate directory (root directory) to store notes, its location is arbitrary and is set when the application is first started. You can do several root directories (similar to using profiles), this can be useful for distributing notes by the level of security (using an encrypted directory) , the need to synchronize notes with cloud services, and so on…
Each note has its own root directory subdirectory, the entries can be merged into a hierarchical structure, and the number of subdirectories and notes in them is unlimited (infinite level of attachments). Unlimited copying/moving of notes and directories within the root directory is supported.
To create and edit records Note provides a full-featured and easy to use visual editor Markdown files (a WYSIWYG editor and view the result in edit mode), with unlimited function of undo and redo changes made (Undo/Redo). Almost everything from the background color and font to the Markdown style (built-in and/or custom) is set up in the editor.
VNote can run in window and fullscreen mode, the settings of the application and the notes tree are stored in the same directory (~/.config/vnote), supported export individual notes or tree notes in Markdown separated (*.md) files to HTML or PDF documents and notes you can print. Application management is carried out by using mouse and/or VIM-like (vim-like) keyboard shortcuts (fully customizable).
Installation into Linux Mint:
Currently, there is only a portable version (AppImage).
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