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Re: [NTB] NoteTab 5 with Wine

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  • Jody
    Hi Ben, Thanks for your comments. Check out the following for operation under Linux. Please take any discussion about this to the OffTopic list. TIA See the
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 28, 2006
      Hi Ben,

      Thanks for your comments. Check out the following for operation
      under Linux. Please take any discussion about this to the
      OffTopic list. TIA See the footers for links to it or the
      section below about the mailing lists.

      We won't be making a Linux version, but all our software will run
      in Linux under Wine and certain Linux OS'. Larry Hamilton knows
      quite a bit about it and has some good notes at...


      He also has a Support Blog, on various computer related topics.
      This link is to the Linux topic, with notes on installing Wine
      among them.


      Also, you might want to check out the software he sells to make a
      small commission for him just to say thanks to him for making the
      information available to you.

      For additional discussion group messages about using NoteTab on
      Linux, check out the NoteTab Off Topic list below. If you search
      for "larry hamilton linux" without the quotes, you'll find quite a
      bit of messages to refer to.

      The NoteTabbers Assistant Page
      Useful Libraries and Clips for NoteTab: http://www.notetab.net

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      The NoteTabbers Assistant Page
      The site (http://www.notetab.net) is one of my personal web sites.
      You can get a lot of useful Libraries and some great Clips there
      on a page I titled Snatch-A-Clip.


      >Congratulations on the release of NoteTab Pro 5.
      >Unlike many here, the lack of customizable syntax highlighting is
      >of no great concern to me and the price is almost a non-issue. I
      >have long felt that NoteTab Pro is the most underpriced shareware
      >program available. A $15 upgrade fee is entirely reasonable and
      >even the full price is a bargain for a program that I use as
      >frequently as NoteTab.
      >Most of the improvements and additions to the program look very
      >promising and I have no doubt that the "under-the-hood" changes
      >will result in an even more robust product. I am particularly
      >happy that the new RegEx engine made the final cut.
      >But what really rekindled my interest in the new version was the
      >statement that the "Registered version [has been] successfully
      >tested under Wine". I recall that you have said that you have no
      >intention of producing a Linux native version of NoteTab and
      >although 4.95 is functional under Wine it is a bit buggy so I'm
      >pleased to see this indication that you are not ignoring
      >alternate platforms altogether.
      >Unfortunately the trial version will not run under Wine even
      >though it seems to install correctly. I hope that this is is an
      >artifact of the "third-party hacker-protection wrapper" that was
      >mentioned in an earlier thread but I'd like to see some assurance
      >that the registered version is not so encumbered.
      >The NoteTab Clips List: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-clips/
      >The NoteTab Off Topic List: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-offtopic/
      >Fookes Software: http://www.fookes.us, http://www.fookes.com
      >Yahoo! Groups Links

      Happy Topics,

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