Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Outliner


Related Topics
IIM

In the News (Sat 15 Dec 18)

  
  Frontier: Outliner Crib Sheet
I've been using outliners for so long, they've become part of my basic vocabulary, it's easy to forget that for some people they are new and perhaps strange things.
Outliners make great program editors because programs are hierarchic structures, and editing programs is easier if you have an editor that understands structure.
Note that there are two modes in outliner: text mode, where the insertion point is the usual flashing caret; and structure mode, where the cursor is shown as a fl inverse bar.
www.scripting.com /frontier/snippets/outlinerCribSheet.html   (924 words)

  
 Outliner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An outliner is a special text editor that allows text to be structured as an outline.
The principle benefits of intrinsic outliners are that editing is simple and thus quick because the user need not manage two panes, and that the user has great flexibility to mix concise headings and verbose text as needed.
The principal benefit of extrinisic outliners is that they enforce concise structures (heading labels of few words) that simplify and thus accelerate navigation of the structure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Outliner   (1090 words)

  
 <oXygen/> XML editor - XML Outliner
The outliner uses an extremely fast and robust parser being able to handle correctly XML documents that are not well formed.
When editing, the outliner dynamically follows the introduced modifications scrolling to the node which is currently being modified.
When you select the tag node in the outliner then the XML document is scrolled to the position of the selected tag.
www.oxygenxml.com /xml_outliner.html   (357 words)

  
 Welcome to Breadbox
Outliner is a useful tool for everyone, including students, teachers, administrators and others.
Outliner is a database application with a familiar outline-type user interface.
Outliner can help you organize bits and pieces of information that you may want to shuffle around as you might have done with index cards some years ago.
www.breadbox.com /proddetail.asp?id=89   (191 words)

  
 Overview of Windows Outliners
A three-pane outliner uses one pane for the table of contents, one pane for items in that "section" or "chapter", and a final pane for the currently highlighted document.
Not quite an outliner: rather, appears to try to organize your information as if you were having a Usenet news group discussion with yourself, a kind of three pane outline.
MaxThink is the venerable DOS based outliner that has a new beta version for Windows as of 5/1/01, with a release version planned.
john.redmood.com /organizers.html   (4459 words)

  
 Cornutopia
For a limited period Outliner Arena, the latest version of Outliner, comes free to those who register Flatspace II.
Outliner is a wireframe shoot-em-up for one or two players.
Outliner LX Outliner LX is the final and best version of this adrenaline packed shoot-em-up, and comes free when you buy Gunstorm for $16.
www.treality.freeserve.co.uk /outliner.html   (178 words)

  
 Gnome Outliner: Specification
This document is a proposal for a Gnome Outliner, an outline editor application for Gnome.
Gnome Outliner is intended to be used primarily for taking and managing notes and ideas.
Since the primary use of Gnome Outliner is for note-taking, the traditional "Save" feature may be able to be replaced with constant saving.
actsofvolition.com /files/gnomeoutliner   (1174 words)

  
 ATPM 9.09 - ATPO: Outliner History
These were “straight” outliners, intended for ideas, notes, and lists to be primarily entered by typing and then rearranged and managed.
But it is more likely—as we already mentioned—that it is the superior character of the user base; they are more likely to be people who chose their computers, use them at home, and use them in creative and experimental ways.
Outliners take advantage of what may be the most primitive of relationships, probably the first one you learned as an infant:
www.atpm.com /9.09/atpo.shtml   (2519 words)

  
 Gnome Outliner: A Proposed Application | Acts of Volition
Outliner is nice, but a little too basic for some of the things I want.
After a lot of research on outliners for linux, I settled for JOE, the Java Outline Editor (http://outliner.sourceforge.net/) which is really easy to use and has sensible keyboard shortcuts (tab/shift-tab for demoting/promoting nodes, for example...).
My basic goal with an outliner is to take notes with speed (oo is excellent for this), restructure those notes, edit the notes and export.
www.actsofvolition.com /archives/2004/may/gnomeoutliner   (1941 words)

  
 Outliners.Com: Welcome to Outliners.Com!
Perhaps this offers the most likely explanation of what happened to outliners, the idea was good enough that it found its way into every other application category.
Here's a picture of Frontier's outliner editing XML text that will be rendered as a preferences system.
Shortly after the re-release of MORE 1.1c, David Dunham and Symmetry re-released Acta, a classic outliner from the early days of the Macintosh.
www.outliners.com   (427 words)

  
 Frontier 5 is an Outliner
We're planning on improving the outliner to support "fat" headlines as we did in MORE on the Macintosh.
For now, headlines in Frontier's outliner are limited to 255 characters, so you can use it for lists, project plans and presentations, but it's not very good as a writing tool.
Outliners & Programming -- How the early outliners came to be, and how it relates to scripting.
www.scripting.com /98/01/stories/frontier5IsAnOutliner.html   (750 words)

  
 Exchanger XML Editor
The Outliner depends on the presence of an XML Schema, so if you are using a DTD or RelaxNG schema, then perform a conversion as outlined in previous sections.
In the Outliner, optional nodes are gray in color, required nodes are red and existing nodes are fl.
All navigation and data entry in the Outliner can be achieved using the keyboard alone, instead of switching between the keyboard and mouse.
www.exchangerxml.com /editor/help/start/outliner.html   (791 words)

  
 blender3d.org :: Outliner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Outliner is a hierarchical diagram displaying a list of data in Blender and its dependencies.
The Outliner is the new default viewing mode of the "OOPS Schematic" window, renamed to "Outliner" for the 2.35 release.
The Outliner tree display (what is open or closed) is saved in.blend files, so it will always come back as you edited it.
www.blender3d.org /cms/Outliner.437.0.html   (492 words)

  
 Radio.Outliners.Com : Yes it's true   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
We learned a lesson with Radio 7, if we show people the outliner, they get confused, so we kept the outlining stuff out of the way.
For those who think outliners are cool, we'll show you what's up, step by step, inch by inch, one day at a time.
Radio is also an outliner and an extensible programming enviornment.
radio.outliners.com   (129 words)

  
 Decent outliner still wanted
Heh, while hunting around to see if anyone had done a usable, web-friendly outliner since I last looked, I stumbled on this Doug Engelbart interview where he refers to outline processing as part of the stuff they were doing in 1968.
What's lacking is the ability to tag/file these in a useful fashion (to get the benefit of SemWeb tech). Winer's got things half-right with his outliner, the basic editor window is comparable to emacs in outliner mode (I've been using org-mode), the rest of the system gets out of your way.
Dunno, it really calls for a self-contained outliner component that could be plugged in where needed, emphasising MVC separation a bit.
dannyayers.com /2006/04/12/decent-outliner-still   (826 words)

  
 ATPM 9.10 - ATPO: Outliner Features—Part 1 (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
No one has a generally accepted definition of what an outliner is. One could approach a definition by describing what one uses an outliner for, but here we’ll take a different tack; we’ll provide all the features that exist in certain products that exploit the nesting paradigm.
Some outliners display every entry as one kind of entity, usually a “header,” but it is usually the case that two entities are supported.
Some outliners are designed to be friendly to capturing a thought by quickly typing and then going back and refining.
www.atpm.com.cob-web.org:8888 /9.10/atpo.shtml   (4117 words)

  
 outliner reference
The is a lightweight widget for representing cellular data that replaces the standard widget.
If you have data already represented in a tree--particularly RDF/XUL template data, which doesn't vary much in performance or functionality from outliner to tree, both of which handle templates--you may want to keep that data as a tree, because the method for representing data in an outliner is quite different, and not immediately obvious.
The outliner is intended mainly to blah blah, but it's much more efficient than the tree widgets at representing large sets of cellular data.
www.mozilla.org /xpfe/xulref/outlinerref.html   (232 words)

  
 The VimOutliner GPL Project
There are other Open Source outliner projects, but they are bogged down in the specification stage.
Outliner users who have chosen the Linux operating system need outliners right now.
Those who prefer Windows or Mac should use an outliner designed for those platforms, although if you're fast with VI you may wish to port VimOutliner to Windows (it would be almost trivial).
www.troubleshooters.com /projects/vimoutliner   (1516 words)

  
 Vim 6: A Great Linux Outliner
Absent were programs with the outlining capability of Grandview, MS Word, and other PIM's and outliners of the Windows and Mac worlds.
An "Outliner", sometimes also called an "Outline Processor", is a piece of software that makes it easy to create, change and maintain outlines.
The very best outliners allow expanding and collapsing both individual headlines, and all headlines to a specific level.
www.troubleshooters.com /linux/olvim.htm   (2421 words)

  
 Source Code Outliner Power Toy
The Source Outliner tool is a Visual Studio extension that provides a tree view of your source code's types and members and lets you quickly navigate to them inside the editor.
The Source Outliner tool window docks to the left side of the Visual Studio window next to the Code Editor window.
Click a method or variable name in Source Outliner and the code associated with what you clicked displays near the top of the Code Editor window.
www.codeplex.com /Wiki/View.aspx?ProjectName=SourceCodeOutliner   (362 words)

  
 Outliner by SymbianWare, selected platform: Nokia 9500 Communicator
Use Outliner to keep credit card and banking information (in secure and password protected form), make to-do lists, track expenses, manage tasks, write drafts, take notes, plan your activities, and much more.
Outliner cards can be used not only to store your various data but also as a powerful organizing and planning tool.
Any Outliner document can be password protected and encrypted by Outliner.
www.symbianware.com /product.php?id=outliner80&pl=n9500   (911 words)

  
 StoreLaw ® | Free Outliner 4.0 Trial
Outliner 4.0 allows law students to custom organize all of their law school information, have it at their fingertips, and generate every type of report and outline with the click of a button that the student could ever use in law school.
Outliner 4.0 allows students to link information to the web and files on the their computer hard drive or network.
Outliner 4.0 also allows students to conduct research over the web and instantly integrate any relevant information directly into their outlines.
www.storelaw.com /custom.aspx?id=11&refer=lawmasters   (480 words)

  
 BrainLog - outliner Archives
DT makes me realize that my lazy troubles with using a plain outliner for life notes could be greatly alleviated with a separate content pane.
Quite disappointingly, DT's "outliner" is anything but, simply "groups" but with checkboxes; I don't think the DT developers know what an outliner is. If DT actually had an outline document type, I'd be sold.
Ted Goranson is discussing outliners and life tools.
www.dansanderson.com /blog/archives/outliner   (492 words)

  
 Symantec MORE 3.1 (Mac) and GrandView 2.0 (DOS)
Inspiration is an outliner and graphical concept mapping tool that is marketed only to educational users, and increasingly it focuses on early school.
As an outliner Inspiration is not as powerful as MORE, but as a mapping tool it's very neat in its own right.
As of 2004 there's been an explosion of outliners, mind mappers, information managers and the like for OS X. Many of them incorporate outlines of one sort or another, but most of them are not primarily outliners or writing tools.
www.faughnan.com /more/index.html   (3547 words)

  
 FileForum | Quick Outliner
With this outliner you can store various information into tree-like structure with folders and notes.
- Rich text editing support in a freeware outliner with this kind of ease of use is great.
Overall, Quick Outliner is on track to be a great outliner.
fileforum.betanews.com /detail/Quick_Outliner/1091821199/1   (357 words)

  
 mozdev.org - outliner: index
This is Outliner extension for Mozilla / Firefox / Thunderbird, or at least some day it will be.
Currently there is no help available for Outliner in Thunderbird.
For questions or comments about outliner, please send a message to the outliner mailing list.
outliner.mozdev.org   (241 words)

  
 XUL Template Primer - Outliner
To illustrate how a template can be used as a view for an outliner, we'll examine this XUL document, which builds an outliner view from the contents of an RDF/XML file.
The dramatically reduces the amount of memory required for a large datasource, as no XUL content model will be constructed in memory.
These will be atomized, and returned to the outliner as the properties that apply to the current row.
www.mozilla.org /docs/xul/xulnotes/template-outliner.html   (220 words)

  
 Radio UserLand Kick Start: Creating Outlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Radio UserLand includes a robust outliner that can be employed to create, modify, and organize text.
This chapter describes the core features of Radio's outliner, which is one of the most sophisticated tools of its kind in any software.
The practice and terminology of outlining are introduced, followed by specific details of Radio's implementation.
www.cadenhead.org /workbench/kickstart/chapter8.html   (94 words)

  
 Outliner: Arranger, PocketThinker for Outlook, Quick Outliner, ...
Arranger is an outliner that links directly to the built-in databases (Memopad, ToDo, Datebook, Address), allowing you to group all the different records of a single subject together.
StoryView is a visual outliner for writers that lets you brainstorm, create, structure, and organize your ideas.
Use the familiar two-pane arrangement to organize the list of notes on the left and to edit the note on the right.
www.fileedge.com /all/outliner   (456 words)

  
 Outliner FAQs
Is Screenplay Outliner just another script formatter, and/or can I write my screenplay in Screenplay Outliner?
Screenplay Outliner will print and/or export your outline, but you will need a word processor to write the script.
Screenplay Outliner makes your story development and outlining easier, but it does not replace the craftmanship necessary to create a great screenplay.
www.kitchona.com /Products/Outliner/OutlinerFAQ/outlinerfaq.html   (490 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.