Personal wiki notebook (not under development)
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Dan Helfman 3ec60db6df No-op merge of unnamed head. 4 years ago
config Fixed a bug that prevented use of the AltGr key on Polish and other keyboards. 12 years ago
controller Fix for problem with HTML differ that would actually hang the entire server when fed certain lengthy HTML strings. Unit tests included. 12 years ago
examples proxy_redirect needs to be off for nginx to work with Luminotes. 13 years ago
model Fixed a bug in which some printed or exported notes appeared in alphabetical order instead of your chosen ordering. 12 years ago
plugins Potential fix for placeholder characters ending up in print preview and causing problems when pasted into other application. 12 years ago
products Lots more work on the payment code necessary to support Luminotes Desktop. 13 years ago
static No-op merge of unnamed head. 4 years ago
tools Making executable. 12 years ago
view Bumping version and re-adding support for IE 8. 12 years ago
.hgignore Adding README to installer. 13 years ago
.hgtags Added tag 1.6.17 for changeset 2481b8ba9d89 12 years ago
COPYING Renaming repository to new name: luminotes 14 years ago
INSTALL Noting that a command shell should be opened. 12 years ago
NEWS Converted to use optparse. Patch from Pete Burgers. 12 years ago
README Mentioning "close" link. 13 years ago
UPGRADE Foundational work for both tags and discussion forums. Should have checked this in in smaller pieces. 13 years ago Converted to use optparse. Patch from Pete Burgers. 12 years ago Updated py2exe packaging to support new toolbar files. 13 years ago


Luminotes is a WYSIWYG personal wiki notebook for organizing your notes and
ideas. For more information, see:

Windows XP / Vista

To start Luminotes Desktop on Windows, just click the Start button, click on
"All Programs", and then click on "Luminotes". Luminotes Desktop runs inside a
browser, so when you launch it, it will open up in a new browser window or

* Windows Security: The first time you start Luminotes, you may see a Windows
Security Alert about blocking Luminotes. This is basically Windows asking you
if you want to allow Luminotes to access the internet. If you click "Keep
Blocking", then that will prevent Luminotes Desktop from accessing the
internet. If you click "Unblock", then Luminotes will be able to use your
internet connection.

Right now, Luminotes does not use the internet at all. However, a future
release will include the optional ability for you to synchronize your notes
with If you plan on using this synchronization fe