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Kabikaboo 1.7 for Windows

Written for Kabikaboo by aidave on 2010-01-01

Due to the hard work of Cody Jackson,
Kabikaboo 1.7 has been ported for Windows.
Many many people have been awaiting this!
The wait is over!
Thanks Cody!!

All features have been ported except spellcheck -- awaiting a GTK port of GtkSpellCheck.

Kabikaboo 1.7 Released

Written for Kabikaboo by aidave on 2009-12-22

Kabikaboo 1.7 is now out, with a new repository as well!

https://launchpad.net/kabikaboo/trunk/1.7

Big thanks to Jeremy Bicha who basically retooled the entire application to be more GNOME-compliant, and got Launchpad working right, among other things.

New features:
- Spellcheck
- Visits
- Extra saving features
- Help
- etc

Kabikaboo 1.6 Released

Written for Kabikaboo by aidave on 2009-10-30

Kabikaboo 1.6 is now available!

New Features:
- Document Statistics
- Fullscreen Mode
- Import text files
- Text popup menu
- Tree popup menu
- Move selected text into new node
- Split node into children nodes
- Unify children nodes into parent

Bug fixes:
- Switch to gtksourceview2 import
- Freeze when opening incompatible file
- fix misc interface glitches

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Kabikaboo 1.5 Released

Written for Kabikaboo by aidave on 2009-09-25

New features:
- Bookmarks
- Show titles option in export
- Show titles option in recursive view mode
- Close Tabs w/key shortcut
- 1.4 Bug Fixes

Kabikaboo described as "perfect for managing large documents, technical manuals, and long novels"!

Written for Kabikaboo by aidave on 2009-08-21

Kabikaboo Listed in "Five Open Source Apps For Writers and Authors" Article - At the Top!

http://ostatic.com/blog/five-open-source-apps-for-writers-and-authors

Kabikaboo - This recursive writing assistant is perfect for managing large documents, technical manuals, and long novels. It arranges data in tree-form so parent modules, their children, and their grandchildren can be easily moved around and rearranged. Though Kabikaboo won't help you with text editing, it's perfect for getting your thoughts in order before diving into a complicated writing project.

Thanks for the great article by Lisa Hoover!

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