Simple note taking program with multi-folder support, auto-save, and encryption support.
Ctrl+TAlways on top
Ctrl+TabAlternates between two last used tabs
Ctrl+BackspaceDelete word on left.
Ctrl+DeleteDelete word on right.
Ctrl+PgUpSelect tab on the left.
Ctrl+PgDnSelect tab on the right.
Ctrl+Shift+CCopy as plain text
Ctrl+Shift+VPaste as plain text
Ctrl+Shift+XCut as plain text
Alt+1Selects 1st tab.
Alt+2Selects 2nd tab.
Alt+3Selects 3rd tab.
Alt+4Selects 4th tab.
Alt+5Selects 5th tab.
Alt+6Selects 6th tab.
Alt+7Selects 7th tab.
Alt+8Selects 8th tab.
Alt+9Selects 9th tab.
Alt+0Selects 10th tab.
Alt+LeftSelect tab on the left.
Alt+RightSelect tab on the right.
Alt+UpSelect previous folder.
Alt+DownSelect next folder.
Alt+HomeSelect default folder.
Alt+PageUpSelect previous folder.
Alt+PageDownSelect next folder.
Alt+Shift+DInserts current date into text.
Alt+Shift+TInserts current time into text.
All encrypted files are compatible with salted OpenSSL 256-bit AES CBC file encryption (as defined at http://www.openssl.org/docs/apps/enc.html). In order to decrypt file OpenSSL command line would be:
openssl aes-256-cbc -d -in file.txt.aes256cbc -out file.txt -k "password"
That means that, even if you stop using this fabulous program, you can always get to your data. I consider this an important feature.
Downside to using this standard algorithm is that it is rather fast. And fast is bad when you need to deal with brute force attacks. This encryption is no worse than what OpenSSL normally does (it is equivalent actually) but beware that lot of security lies in well chosen password.
List of people that helped with the project (in alphabetic order):
- Dražen Bajus (Croatia)
- Radu Capan (Romaina)
- Marc Desbiens (Canada)
- Ivan Gabajček (Croatia)
- Igor Griner (Croatia)
- Michael Jagersberger (Austria)
- Randy Simat
- Steven Yarnot (United States)