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Jarnal is a java based notetaking/sketching application
similar to Microsoft One-Note. For tablet PCs it provides
the ability to take handwritten notes; for desktop PCs it
allows users to take notes using the mouse (or more
sensibly) using the keyboard. Each page is stored in SVG
format, and the SVG pages are stored in a standard Zip
file.

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2006-01-29 20:46
7.84

Many GUI improvements, bugfixes, and improved stability.
Better appearance with stroke smoothing. Better printing and
production of PDF files. Adds overlays, outlines, and multiple
page selections. Easier installation.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

2005-01-17 20:03
4.35

Handwriting recognition. Insertion of graphical files. Gunnar Teege's PDF backgrounds and other improvements in the handling of backgrounds. Saving of undo/redo. Improved drag-and-drop selections. Many bugfixes and improved stability.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

2004-12-06 23:09
2.82

Multi-page views are now fully editable, and a new view of three consecutive pages has been added. There are substantial improvements in the way the drag tools work, as well as some bugfixes. The result is that tools like the eraser are vastly faster and more efficient. To encourage collaboration and code contributions, all releases are now under the GNU Public License.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

2004-05-06 03:42
1.39

Multi-user collaboration/whiteboarding is now supported. Numerous bugs
have been fixed, the GUI has been improved, and the GUI and other
options are more customizable by the user.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

2004-04-02 23:04
0.94

Background file handling has been improved. Networking capabilities have been added, including the ability to read files over an HTTP connection and save files using HTTP POST. It is now suitable for networked applications such as handwritten email, form filling, and so forth.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

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