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Re: [NTB] NoteTab Light vs Pro install both??

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  • Don Passenger
    both notetabs load quickly there are differences, and in some case actually advantages to light! proportional fonts and larger maximum paragraph size it seems
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 2, 2001
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      both notetabs load quickly
      there are differences, and in some case actually advantages to light!
      proportional fonts and larger maximum paragraph size it seems to me are two
      that jump out from memory .. though I may recollect wrong

      you can compare at http://www.notetab.com/chart.htm

      it is worth the $20 to have pro in your tool bag!


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      Subject: [NTB] NoteTab Light vs Pro install both??


      > Assuming that I am interested in NoteTab Pro enough to register/pay for it
      > to get the extra features not contained in NoteTab Light, does it make any
      > sense at all to have both on my system... I.E. for many tasks, that I now
      > use MS NotePAD, and I'm looking for quick load time, nothing much more, is
      > there a discrenable difference in load time between the Pro and Light
      > Versions?
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      > I doubt that resource consumption would be much of an issue with the
      amount
      > of RAM I have, but load time might be something for me to consider.
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      > Secondly, does NoteTab Light offer the feature where URLs are
      automatically
      > colored blue, underlined, and can be launched in the browser?
      >
      > Thanks
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