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UV Outliner

A Better Way to Organize Your Info

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7
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UV Outliner is a single-pane outliner that's perfect for creating, organizing, and collecting information. Use UV Outliner to create your plans, schedules, and to-do lists! Organize your ideas, bring structure to brainstorming sessions! Any information you can throw at it, UV Outliner can organize in a logical and intuitive fashion.

Once you start using UV Outliner, the benefits of a single-pane outliner become crystal clear. Any part of any document can serve as a category, or as content. In one pane, you can move rows up or down, indent or unindent them, create or reorganize structure of a document on the fly. Plus, with UV Outliner, you can use rich text formatting to bring emphasis to your notes with colors, font sizes, styles, and more!

If you ever need to take your information with you, UV Outliner can export outlines as plain text or HTML, or printed for your portable convenience!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Steve Newport Hello,

can I use this with one license on my PC and my Notebook (I'm the only user) and what is your upgrade policy? Thanks
Feb 14 2010 at 1:32am Copy Link
doremi fasola My company does not allow me to install unauthorized softwares in their computers nor will they buy this software for me. They're cheap, you know. So, I buying this with my own money to help me do my work. Can this be installed on a USB Stick? And yes, I will DEFINITELY be the only user.
Feb 14 2010 at 3:40am Copy Link
Fedir Nepyivoda Steve: Yes, you can use one license on a pc and a notebook. License is given for a user, not computer. Upgrades are free for life.

doremi: If you have Windows 7, then you will be able to use it from a usb stick. Otherwise, most likely you will need to install it.
Feb 14 2010 at 4:46am Copy Link
Mary Wilson Was looking for a sample data base to try the program out with. Does it have one of these?
Feb 20 2010 at 12:29am Copy Link
Jerry S I am an outliner fanatic and have used all of them on the Windows platform and many on Mac going way, way back.

UV Outliner passes the elegance test. Simple to use, no unnecessary bells and whistles. Just seems to be a solid outliner.

It is a pleasue to place my order for this product.
Feb 20 2010 at 4:39pm Copy Link
Tom Colvin The first single-pane outliner software I ever bought, about 8 years ago, cost $100. It is not as elegant in looks as OV Outliner and even falls short in a couple of features. I think OV Outliner will turn out to be very useful for me and will replace my old clunker.

Hopefully, over time, it will grow to rival OmniOutliner for the Mac, which I have always coveted.
Feb 20 2010 at 7:53pm Copy Link
Stephen Cohen Fedir,

What is the version number of this offering? I've seen references to version numbers 1.5 and 3.5.1.
Feb 21 2010 at 5:30am Copy Link
Fedir Nepyivoda Stephen,

UV Outliner v.1.5 is the latest version.

Fedir - Feb 21 2010 at 5:38am Copy Link
Glen Coulthard The only thing that seems to be missing (which is a show-stopper for me) is the ability to drag and drop or otherwise attach a file, folder, or URL link to a particular line item. Is the ability to add shortcuts to files, folders, and URLs planned for the future?
Feb 21 2010 at 6:55am Copy Link
Fedir Nepyivoda Glen,

I agree with you it is a great feature. I think in a few months it will be released. There are few very wanted features I need to implement before.

Fedir - Feb 21 2010 at 7:33am Copy Link
Bob S I use a two-pane outliner (MyInfo) extensively, but still need an "elegant" and efficient single pane outliner for writing manuscripts that runs on Windows (Apple has had one for years).

I've looked closely at UV Outliner and it shows considerable promise, so I too will be adopting and using. I agree w/ the other reviewers - drag and drop will be an important feature. Otherwise, keep it "lean and efficient." To the developer - thanks for your work.
Feb 21 2010 at 2:03pm Copy Link
Bob S I do have one question - how many levels "deep" does UV Outliner handle?

Also agree re: the importance of hyperlinks (not just to external files, but also to other subtopics in the current file).
Feb 21 2010 at 2:11pm Copy Link
Fedir Nepyivoda Bob S,

Maximum level is only limited by resources of your computer. I was not able to reach the limit.

Regarding hyperlinks - you are absolutely right, hyperlinks will be introduced very soon.

Fedir - Feb 21 2010 at 6:53pm Copy Link

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