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Unification of RTF and HTML format

 
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Chris



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PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2006 1:42 pm    Post subject: Unification of RTF and HTML format Reply with quote

I think SeoNote is already pretty useful and impressive, but it has still great need and potential for future developments.

One of the things that seem to be a good idea at the first glance are the distinct note types (txt, rtf, html). However, I feel that they are not really what I want from a user perspective. When I am writing notes I don't want to (have to!) care about the format in which notes are stored. This is rather a technical side-issue. I want only one type of note which has all the nice feature of html and rtf notes, maybe with the additional option "ignore all formatting" (which would make it a txt note). But I don't want to care whether it is HTML or RTF. Of course, I want to be able to *export* a note in various formats. But I don't want to care about the format in which it is *stored*.

I know that it will probably not be very easy, but in the long run I think SeoNote shoud try to unify the RTF and HTML note types. It makes usage too complicated and hinders productivity, it is completely against the paradigm of extreme simplicity: http://adamcaudill.com/2006/05/15/extreme-simplicity/.
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