quote:Originally posted by Kurt R
First of all, let me start off by saying that OneNote is an excellent program when it comes to text handling. But I bought OneNote with the thought that I could put all my notes in one place -both text and ink. But after using it for a couple of months I am so frustrated by the inking capabiliites that I use Journal for ink and OneNote for text notes/research. For me, Microsoft does not have a "OneNote" solution. It's really a "TwoNote" solution.
And yes. I have tried Tablet Planner and Gobinder. OneNotes text handling capabilities are so superior that I simply refuse to jump.
Gobinder seem's the right track - it handles ink and text the way it should be handled. It, however, lacks many of the text features (outlining, cut and paste with URL, general feel)that I need/like.
Here's what I would like to see in the next release that for me, would turn "TwoNote" into a real "OneNote" solution.
1) Inking - this is the biggie. Gobinder seem's to be on the right track. You can write like normal people write without those crazy containers popping up all over... Containers are great for text, but they suck for ink. If it means sacrificing ink-outlining - so be it. If it's possible, perhaps make the inking with containers an option..
2) Add the print directly into OneNote functionality (Like Journal, Gobinder and Tablet Planner)
Hey you really crack me up with that twonote..
oh yeah.. it is really not a perfect product. we are waiting for the improvement ..do you hear that bill gate?