Mind-mapping application for Elementary OS
Minder is a mind-mapping application with many features that make it ideal for capturing, organizing and visualizing your ideas. Minder has automatic node layout features that allow you to focus on putting down your ideas in a tree-like format. Links and nodes can be colorized to help differentiate trains of thought. Images can be added to nodes to help convey meaningful information. Notes can be added to a node to provide even more information to an idea. Each node in the mind-map can be made a task which can be checked as complete.
Connections can be made between any two nodes in the mind-map, helping to show relationships beyond parent/child. Connections can display optional titles, direction, color and may even contain notes of their own. In a single button click, all connections can be hidden or reshown within the mind map.
The entire tree can layout can be changed on the fly to help make the information easier to understand while themes can help make your mind-maps uniquely your own.
Minder has support for zooming to help you focus on the current topic. It also has support for searching and filtering to help you find the information that you need.
On the output side, Minder supports many different output formats to help it fit into your workflow, including native printing support.
- Links to X11:Pantheon:Apps / minder
- Download package
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout home:Wolfheri/minder && cd $_
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Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
|Minder-1.14.0.tar.gz||0001690353 1.61 MB||about 1 year|
|_link||0000000125 125 Bytes||8 months|
|minder.changes||0000031565 30.8 KB||about 1 year|
|minder.spec||0000002515 2.46 KB||about 1 year|