Helps you create and edit your wikis with ease
Thanks to Scribbleton you can effortlessly organize and link your thoughts and store everything from notes and detailed checklists to novels and papers.
Scribbleton comes with a minimalistic interface that provides instant access to the provided text formatting tools and helps you focus on your projects without worrying about the outline or the shape of your wiki.
Storing cross-reference information has never been easier
What is more, Scribbleton enables you to keep everything connected with clickable links between words, pages and phrases, fact that allows you to find cross-reference information with just a couple of mouse clicks.
From Scribbleton’s main window you can easily create a new wiki or open a previously created one and start reading or editing your project. All available text editing and formatting tools are accessible from the top toolbar.
As follows, you can rename pages, change the text format and link or unlink words, phrases and pages with little to no effort. On top of that, Scribbleton helps you add new pages to your wiki and view the list with all the pages stored in the wiki.
Quickly change the text formatting and alignment
By accessing the Format drop-down menu you can make your selection bold, italic, underline or strikethrough it, increase or decrease the font size and change the alignment of your phrase to the left, right, center or justify.
We appreciated the simplicity with which Scribbleton allowed us to create several wikis in just a couple of minutes. Unfortunately, Scribbleton does not integrates with Mac OS X or, at least, with one of the many available cloud services in order to share your wiki can collaborate with other users.
Hopefully this feature and many other useful ones will be added as Scribbleton evolves into a fully-featured Mac OS X application and exits the Alpha developing stage.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on November 14th, 2014
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- Added inline image support.
- NewOn a Mac, the close button now sends the application to the dock instead of terminating it.
- NewOptimized wiki database structure, improving application performance.
Application descriptionScribbleton is your own personal wiki, where you can store everything from quick notes, to detailed checklists for wor...