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    Default Mindmapping on Suse

    Hi

    please suggest some mindmapping programs for Suse

    thanks

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    Default Re: Mindmapping on Suse

    On Mon, 03 Oct 2011 03:26:02 +0000, ClrScr wrote:

    > Hi
    >
    > please suggest some mindmapping programs for Suse


    I've used and like vym.

    Jim



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    Default Re: Mindmapping on Suse

    I use xmind (http://www.xmind.net/).

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    Default Re: Mindmapping on Suse

    Hi !

    ClrScr wrote:
    > please suggest some mindmapping programs for Suse


    Have a try with "freemind", a well working java application.
    As a java application it does not really integrate into the desktop
    environment and looks a little alien, but it does have some stong points:
    1.) it really works well
    2.) everything can be done by keyboard shortcuts, essential for mind mapping

    The only thing that is really annoying (besides it being a java application)
    is printing. Try exporting into a pdf first and print that.

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    Default Re: Mindmapping on Suse

    You should definitely try Mindomo.com

    Easy to use interface, they had a new release just a few weeks ago. Overall it looks really cool and you have a trial account with 3 mind maps.

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    Default Re: Mindmapping on Suse

    I use View Your Mind (vym) you can get it in the repos

    Steven

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