NixNote2, Unofficial open source Evernote The Linux client is Bifurcation Recently, the first experimental version was available for download in October. Fork ’s first stable version (2.1) was released about two weeks ago, bringing new features and bug fixes, as well as AppImage binaries, which can easily run on any Linux distribution.Nixnote2 allows you to create text notes, attach files or images (including embedded), and synchronize with your Evernote account. Other features of Nixnote2 include:
- Support Evernote notebooks and tags
- Encrypted text
- Note fixed
- Note the title background color
- Spell Check
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Support multiple accounts
- Import Evernote notes, export notes to PDF, email and print notes
- Tray icon that allows you to create new notes or quickly access notes
You may like the encrypted / open source Evernote alternative:
- Joplin: Encrypted open-source note-taking and to-do application
- Evernote Alternative Turtl v0.7 includes rewritten server, new space features
Nixnote2 2.1 front fork
Looks like Nixnote2 2.1 fork developer Tried Contact the original maintainer, but not him. This is why instead of merging new features and bug fixes with the main project, a fork was created.
Fork developers did manage to visit Nixnote2 Ubuntu PPA (Maintained by a third party), so Ubuntu and Linux Mint users can easily install the latest Nixnote2 2.1.
The user interface in the Nixnote2 2.1 branch has not undergone any major changes. Perhaps it only displays the note title column by default, and adds the “Sync” and “Email” buttons to all editor windows, but the way the application works and Bug fixes. of
Changes in Nixnote2 2.1:
- Now, search results are sorted by relevance (in 2.0, search results are sorted by last modification)
- Added simplified format for html copy / paste
- Redesigned HTML cleanup to prevent Evernote sync errors. Currently using Tidy v5.6 (version 2.0 uses the tidy command installed on the system, which may be outdated in some cases, for example Ubuntu 16.04 uses 8 years old)
- Spell check has been completely refactored and improved. The spell checker is now embedded (not a plugin). The dictionary locale (language) can now be switched. User dictionary by locale
- New search and index function without diacritics
- Configuration and data directory from
~/.local/share/nixnote2. Easy migration from v2.0 included, if
~/.nixnoteFolder exists on the system
- Fixed the issue of invoking various Nixnote2 options from the command line (thus, global keyboard shortcuts can be assigned through system shortcut settings)
- PDF export improvements
- Reorganized the main toolbar
- Simple working solution with encrypted notes (using the existing 64-bit “medium” secure RC2 password implemented in Nixnote v2.0)
- Add sync and email toolbar buttons to all editor windows
- Added more keyboard shortcuts
- Improved the format of LaTeX formulas (this is still unstable and therefore marked as experimental in the user interface)
- Added more sorting options (in the “View” menu)
- Systray menu function cleanup, and the fixed main window when calling from systray is not displayed on “new note”
Now, the application can also be in AppImage binary format, which can be used in any Linux distribution. However, there is a limitation to this-the theme does not work when using Nixnote2 AppImage.
These are just some of the changes between the last Nixnote2 2.0.2 and 2.1 version of the fork. You can find the major changes in Nixnote2 2.1 Here, And by accessing a list of all changes This one link.
Download the Nixnote2 2.1 (fork) Evernote desktop client for Linux
On the project download page, you will find AppImage binaries for the latest stable 2.1 version, continuous build and continuous development build. Nixnote2 fork Wiki includes information Information about running AppImage on Linux and how to integrate it into the application menu.
Like I said above, Nixnote2 PPA has been updated to include the latest NixNote2 2.1 stable version. You can add PPA on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other Ubuntu-based Linux distributions using the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nixnote/nixnote2-stable sudo apt update sudo apt install nixnote2
of Nixnote2 fork page It also mentions the Arch Linux user repository software package and how to build applications from source code.
To add your Evernote account to Nixnote2, click the sync icon (or
Tools -> Synchronize (From the menu), then enter your Evernote credentials, and then authorize Nixnote2 to sync to your Evernote account.
You may also want to take a look at Nixnote2 2.1 Getting started.