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Hierarchical data components Hierarchical Data Library 4.0.0 Hierarchical Data Library for WPF 4 contains hierarchical data related Windows® client components, such as tree-grid controls and related classes, with data binding support, standard appearance and behavior customizable settings, culture and theme awareness, etc.

Tree based note pad with pictures and links. WaspPad V1.0.1 WaspPad is like a tree control you can edit. As you indent paragraphs they become the children of the paragraph above them and can be collapsed or expanded. Pictures, web links, check boxes and clipboard snippets can be imbedded. Most of the notes we make are hierarchical. That is, we make a main note then some lesser notes which relate to it. Often we then want to review just the main notes without the clutter of the minor points. Wasp p

This is how I intuitively organize things. The sentences of one paragraph, are also sentences which speak to the paragraph before. I think most people I know think in this way: there are the points and then the support for the points which themselves support other points.I like the way I can make the tree personal: I can decide which points relate and where they fit in the grand scheme of the argument. So far I like everything about this programme.

I have uninstalled WaspPad, because it doesn\'t support national characters (f.eks. polish)

Boost Your Productivity! FusionDesk Starter 1.2.53 Manage your projects and schedules using FusionDesk's easy and intuitive interface. Organize your tasks in hierarchical folders. Filter them by tags or contexts. Other features: Intuitive and modern interface Organize tasks in hierarchical folders Flexible: conforms to different needs Designed for GTD (Getting Things Done) Supports full Copy/Paste and unlimited Undo/Redo Archive completed tasks Different view types

I love the product and would keep it on my pc without any hesitation. but...there are plenty of freeware products out there that do pretty much the same. you could argue that "well... ok... but it does not do this or that" but the plain fact is that your freeware competitors provide enough to be useable. my suggestion is that you provide a freeware version that provides 'just enough' functionality and rely on wetted appetite.if you are competitive you will be successful. right now - i have seen and trialled your competitors' and i will not pay for ...

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