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  1. last week
    Fri Jan 15 09:06:50 2021
    BiteSpire posted in X to minimize.

    Clicking X is usually to close that window. This is pretty standard throughout.

    The main window of doogiePIM is no exception. If you click X on the main window, that window will close, releasing memory and auto saving any document that was open. However, doogiePIM being a timer/schedule based application, will run in the background to serve any Task and Calendar reminders, gather Email and be on-hand for when you need it. Hence the reason for a doogiePIM Shutdown command in the File menu and on the context menu of the system tray icon.

    To minimize any doNotes would need you to click the Minimize button "_".

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Fri Jan 8 20:00:04 2021

    If you already have a v2 licence bought before June 2020, then why wait to pay 50% off the new expensive price. Get a v3 licence now for a much cheaper price.

    Buying a v2 licence now will guarantee you version 3 for free. Your version 2 licence key will work for either version.

    doogiePIM 3 is nearly here and I want everyone to enjoy the new version.
    There's a huge discount off the normal price of £49.95 until the release of version 3.

    Hurry though.

    Each day, the discount goes down by 1% so best to grab it early.

    Grab your licence key here:
    https://bitespire.com/purchase.php

  3. 6 weeks ago
    Thu Dec 10 20:12:27 2020

    Thanks for the heads up.

    It has been discovered recently, the same with some Vietnamese characters too. Yup, it's being fixed, hopefully for the next update.

    Chris

  4. 7 weeks ago
    Thu Dec 3 08:59:13 2020
    BiteSpire posted in Capturing Web Pages.

    That's a great little tip there.

    Yes, version 3 has a better system of collecting web page snippets, text and images. I'm planning a feature list in January 2021 so people can comment their ideas.

    - chris

  5. 3 months ago
    Thu Oct 15 16:49:46 2020

    The only "sync" feature in doogiePIM v2 is the manual import/export of the Calendar data ICS file. Google gives an ICS file via a URL you can get from the Google Calendar. If you browse to this special URL, doogiePIM will ask if you want to download and import the ICS file into your doogiePIM Calendar.

    Outlook calendars can be imported/exported using the Import/Export Data menu command in the File menu.

    Data in and out of doogiePIM is a feature that is concentrated on, in the upcoming version 3.

  6. 6 months ago
    Wed Jul 1 08:50:36 2020
    BiteSpire posted in Knock, knock! Anyone Home?.

    Hi there and, likewise, we hope everyone is coping well.

    This is a testing time for humanity and our resources. I'm very sure the powers at be have our lives at the heart of their actions. Patience and trust in those of a higher knowledge is key to a good outcome plus a dash of respect for our fellow neighbour. So, keep safe and follow those guidelines. When one is unsure then common sense prevails.

    We would still like the v3 thread kept as this is referenced. Yes, the development of v3 is still continuing but at a slower rate (for obvious reasons all too known in 2020).

    Therefore, if you have any further ideas and thoughts about what you would like to see in v3, please please pop a post on that thread. We may not see v3 until 2021 but it will certainly be developed.

    Stay safe.
    Chris and crew.

  7. 10 months ago
    Fri Mar 27 09:43:43 2020

    Hmm..... Interesting.....

    I need to look further into this but I don't like the idea of having open text, unencrypted files hanging around a disk structure.

    The game is afoot.

  8. last year
    Sun Jan 19 13:08:33 2020

    I agree, GNUMACS is a great solution for Tex and LaTex documents.

  9. Thu Jan 16 18:37:56 2020

    Thanks for all the ideas and feedback.

    The bespoke database format was made a long time again as there was no fast indexing, quick retrieval and compact storage system at the time of development. Of course, now we have lots of base file systems to use, such as DropBox and Microsoft drive (yuk).

    I'm sure a file/folder based system could be implemented although it wouldn't be as compact and as fast to retrieve data than the current model.

    Brainstorming will ensue. :)

  10. Wed Jan 8 07:21:13 2020
    BiteSpire posted in Setting default font color.

    Please give further information when submitting reports. In order for me to fix the colour problem I would need to know which window this is. It looks like the Search window but it could be other windows within doogiePIM.

    Thanks for all the feedback and support to make doogie better.

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