Re: [NTLK] hypertext creation tool for newton?

From: Steve Weyer (
Date: Wed Mar 13 2002 - 14:43:41 EST

> Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 15:20:22 +0100
> From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Alexander_Oberd=F6rster_=28Uni=29?=
> <>

have you looked at HyperNewt?

>> you could try this using newtscape as browser and turn an existing note
>> into html (or vice versa). by using the right direct address it should
>> be possible to expand a standard html link to point to another note.
>> you would have to read the notes using newtscape and editing the note
>> would require html knowledge, at least so that you could distinguish
>> between html clutter and your text ;-)
> No, this is too awkward.

agreed -- for authoring purposes.
though it'd be nice to have the resulting wikiweb exported as HTML pages (so
they could be viewed in browsers).

>To be useful, it has to be as natural and fast
> as taking notes. Mark a word, tap a button (or better: do a gesture) --
> bang, new note.
> Maybe there is some way to create a Wiki on a Newton? With a Java Wiki,
> maybe?

when I've got time, maybe I'll take a closer look at the Java sources (maybe
a port to Waba?).


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