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Mybase Desktop 8.xDiscount

Mybase Desktop 8.x

All of Your Information In One Place

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Platforms: Windows 7+ (64 bit), Linux (amd64), macOS 10.11+ (x64, Intel CPU)
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Have you ever wondered how you could integrate all of your information into a larger superset of organized data? Think about it - all of the websites that you find useful are organized, yes, in your Bookmarks or Favorites list in your browser - but they're completely separate from your important documents, which are kept in your My Documents folder. Likewise, your favorite photos are in your media viewer, and noteworthy email messages are in yet another application, whether it be Outlook or an online mail program.

When it comes time to take in The Big Picture, you're still running back and forth between all of these services and applications. With MyBase Desktop, you don't have to, because everything you need is stored in one place.

MyBase Desktop is a freeform database, notes manager and outlining tool that helps you to organize unstructured text, web pages, images, documents, emails and many other files without limitations on length or file format. You can pack MyBase Desktop full of data, because your information is compressed on the fly and stored in an intuitive tree hierarchy. Once you've captured all of your stuff in one place, MyBase Desktop lets you organize, retrieve, search, and share information like never before!

Please note folks: there is a significant improvement which has been brought to the web-collect add-on ( that allows to capture and save web contents from Chrome/Firefox with ease.

This promotion includes the following:
myBase Desktop 8.x for Windows ($79)
myBase Desktop 8.x for Mac ($79)
myBase Desktop 8.x for Linux ($79)
myBase Desktop 7.x for Windows ($79)
myBase Desktop 7.x for Mac ($79)
myBase Desktop 7.x for Linux ($79)
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Dunking Is there a list of changes since the last version? As noted back in January, I am waiting for the table thing to make it off the wishlist but there is nowhere (I can find) that details what new versions change. I'm not going to cough for a license just to find out my wish is still unfulfilled...
Jun 14 at 12:46am Copy Link
Dunking Thanks!
Jun 14 at 2:08am Copy Link
Mark User Is there a spelling checker yet? I have looked at this so many times and don't want to install the demo again just to check if this feature is included.

I should mention that apart from this one missing feature the product is excellent.
Jun 14 at 2:32am Copy Link
TJ I agree the product is excellent and solid, however I also will wait for the spell check feature before upgrading.
Jun 14 at 5:57am Copy Link
Robert User Question 1:
From the Fine Print section, I see that:

"Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for minor versions only."

I do not see what the upgrade price would be for existing users when a new major version is released. Is there a discount for your existing customers? Regardless, what would the price be for upgrades?

Question 2:
Programming language syntax is very important in being able to quickly identify variables, reserved words, functions/methods, etc. There are several code editors that I simply do not enjoy using due to having an odd color scheme for a language. It is especially irritating when that color scheme does not match my default editor, and I have no control over it. I think now, that most code editors allow some customization, but I usually find the choices are very limited. These usually cause me to use them less or not at all. I like having the choice to modify the colors of any syntax highlighter to match as close as possible to my default editor. For example, I can have strings inside a single quote a different color from strings inside double-quotes. In PHP, the dollar sign is a different color than the variable. Those sort of enhancements of freedom of control makes me much more productive. I saw that MyBase Desktop currently supports 166 languages, which shows a commitment to making the product friendly for users. From your online notes, it shows that you use highlight.js, which does allow some customization, but still not as much as I would like. What I am curious about is can I make some adjustments (highlight.js) that will show up in MyBase Desktop, and when an update or upgrade occurs, are any of my changes lost?

Thanking you in advance.
Jun 14 at 10:11am Copy Link
Robert W I used your software to Import my old PIM data, which was stored in a tree\directory structure. Menu - Capture - Import Directory Tree -Import files as – attachments.

I wish\suggest you offered the option to import these files from my large Directory Tree (with many branches) – as Child Items. What do you think?
Jun 14 at 11:06am Copy Link
wjjsoft support @Mark @TJ The spell checking feature is currently unavailable for the latest version, and would be announced in the revision history if we found a proper solution and got it to work smoothly with the cross-platform version.
Wjj Software - Jun 14 at 7:14pm Copy Link
wjjsoft support @Robert 1. The price for upgrades is half of the listing price for new customers and available to view on the webpage: 2. highlight.js is a powerful 3rd-party library integrated for syntax highlighting for HTML contents and may be customizable by revising its source/style code. If you use the Rich Text format, there's another easier way to customize the syntax highlighter by adding/revising patterns in the scripts: ./scripts/hlqt/*.js and the stylesheets: ./themes/common/hlqt* If you use the Dark mode, look into the ./themes/dark/ folder instead.
Wjj Software - Jun 14 at 7:17pm Copy Link
wjjsoft support @Robert W The [Capture - Import directory tree] utility imports all files from in the specified folder and its sub folders, and for each folder creates an info item in the database with contained files attached (or linked). All filenames generally remain unchanged, except that for any files named with "defnote.[html, htm, txt, md]" that will be imported and renamed as default text contents of the target info items. If this is the case, you'd try first to rename text content files as "defnote.[html, htm, txt, md]" and then import the directory tree. The [Capture - Import files as child items] utility doesn't import directory tree but imports all files contained within the specified folder excluding sub folders. All the [Import, Export] utilities are customizable by manually revising the js scripts: ./plugins/Import....js
Wjj Software - Jun 14 at 7:31pm Copy Link
Robert User Thanks wjjsoft for your reply, however, you may have misunderstood the gist of the questions. I still don't know if an upgrade would overwrite user customizations.

You mentioned directories/folders (e.g., scripts: ./scripts/hlqt/*.js, : ./themes/common/hlqt* and ./themes/dark/ folder), which suggest to me these folders would be part of the Mybase Desktop as part of the installed files. If I understand correctly, an update would also overwrite these same folders/directories. What would be necessary to preserve user's customizations?
Jun 15 at 12:53am Copy Link
Mark User Thanks for the response. I will keep an eye out for spell checking in the change log, and will certainly get this if the feature is added. It would be a very necessary feature for me if I were to use this.

I really like this tool and will keep my fingers crossed.
Jun 15 at 1:13am Copy Link
Robert W Thanks for the insight.
Jun 15 at 1:52am Copy Link
Dunking For those who are waiting for a spelling checking feature, perhaps an alternative is to use a checker that isn't application-specific. I use TinySpell - - which checks your spelling whatever app you are using in realtime.
Jun 15 at 1:55am Copy Link
wjjsoft support @Robert Re-installing the software overwrites all the script/stylesheet files as part of the software, you'd need to have customized scripts/stylesheets backed up before re-installing or upgrading. With the latest version, it's recommended to add a new theme folder under the ./themes for UI theme customization, instead of modifying the inbuilt script/stylesheet files. This way it'd be easier to backup/restore the customized scripts/stylesheets. For more info on customization of UI themes:
Wjj Software - Jun 15 at 6:52am Copy Link
wjjsoft support @Dunking Thank you for providing us the info.
Wjj Software - Jun 15 at 6:54am Copy Link
Richard User Where is WJJ Software located? How many people work on development / design / testing?
Jun 15 at 12:07pm Copy Link
Felix User I payed for a license of Mybase Desktop 8.x,
but not got an licensenumber or serial number.
Please can you inform me,
Thanks in advance,
Jun 15 at 4:34pm Copy Link
wjjsoft support @Felix Thank you for your order. The licensing info has been sent via email, please double check your email inbox including the SPAM folder.
Wjj Software - Jun 15 at 6:44pm Copy Link

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