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myBase Desktop 7.xDiscount

myBase Desktop 7.x

All of Your Information In One Place

$79
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Platforms: Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 Server, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit), GNU/Linux, Mac OS X
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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!

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geo User Hope to get some user feedback on how well the web capture works in this app.
Does the web capture work with all chromium based browsers, eg: Vivaldi, Brave etc? Also how well this compares to SpeedBase Professional that was offered here a few days ago? or to any other info management software.
Thanks for any feedback.
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MojoMan I have a few questions as well. Can it render a webpage exactly as it appears ?

Can you save a pdf in native format to it or does it have to use a pdf app or preview handler ?

Can you use it with a scanner to archive documents etc ?

Can you create or save spreadsheets ? Does it perform calculations ?

How many levels in a tree heirarchy max ?

Can you save a document or other content to more than one category ? Can you create links between items ?

What form is the data formatted in when you want to export an item ? ie. can you export a pdf (assuming you can import a pdf) ?

Sorry for all the questions. The ONLY other program that is similar that I have found for Windows is Ultra Recall and it is powerful with a pretty serious learning curve. The program that is closest to what I've searched for is Devonthink... but it is a Mac only program. Amazing that there is nothing quite like it for Windows.

Thanks.
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Peter Gabriel Well, I don't know about anyone else but I can't get it to capture web pages. I'm using Firefox v.71 64 bit. What am I doing wrong?
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Mustang I could not get web capture to work with Vivaldi or Opera,
Thursday at 5:36am Copy Link
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wjjsoft support The webcollect addon for Google Chrome is available in the Chrome web store. For detailed instructions on capturing webpages with mybase/webcollect, please visit this webpage: http://www.wjjsoft.com/my...e_webpages
Wjj Software - Thursday at 6:07am Copy Link
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wjjsoft support @MojoMan Scanners and spreadsheets are currently not supported;

Spreadsheets and PDF documents can be imported as attachments (or shortcuts);

The "Share - Export PDF document" utility can be used to export current text contents as .pdf document;

The "Tools - Evaluate expression" utility can be used to calculate simple math expressions;

The level number of a tree hierarchy is unmetered;

The "Organize - link - link info item" menu item can be used to make item links, or make item links by dragging-dropping;

The "Organize - link - label info item" menu item can be used to add custom labels and label info items; The label system is also tree structured, and each info item can be associated with one or more labels;

For more info about the "Export - ..." utilities, please visit this webpage: http://www.wjjsoft.com/my...html#share
Wjj Software - Thursday at 6:47am Copy Link
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Jim Knecht Are the licenses tied to a platform? "Fine Print tab on BDJ says install on up to 3 computers, when I click Get this Deal it lists them by platform. In other words can I use the 3 installs from 1 license as 1 MacOS 2 Windows or can I only install to 3 of the same OS without buying 2 or more licenses?
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Christopher User @wjjsoft support: When was the last release date? When is the next planned release?
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MojoMan Hi wjjsoft,

Thank you for your reply and patience with all the questions.

So, in evaluating needs that are more important than others, I would place two items at the top of the list. One I had asked but not noted a response for is the ability to accurately capture a webpage (and not as a screenshot but as a true live page) and for it to be rendered as closely to the original page as possible.

The other is the ability to at least display a pdf without having to open an external program. Whether that can be done through integration with a pdf program as some programs do or if it can be done by a preview handler doesn't matter as much so long as it can do this. It is a real pain to have to open every pdf (which I use extensively) in an external application every time you want to view that content.

As noted I have tried various programs with addon's etc and the closest to ideal that I can come is OneNote. It will display a pdf but only as an attachment or a printout which defeats the purpose of trying to maintain content within a database and also adds a lot of extra steps to getting content in and out of ON.

Please comment on these two issues in particular. On a side note I still may try it for other purposes such as email filing where pdf format isn't critical so long as an email can be displayed as a native document. Is this possible ?

Thanks again.
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