as pj said, i have installed and auditioned the whole crop of competitors for a Journler replacement, but find nothing as good. I still rely on Journler daily. I use it for all my projects, ’scraps of paper’, etc, and can only wish for little updates to tag managemetn, formatting, speed, etc - i love it!
Seriously, journler is a phenomenal product. Glad to see you aren’t allowing it to die.]]>
what he says.
please be one of those rare few developers who bears in mind that some people have a lot of time invested in whilst you’re getting caught up in the excitement of releasing
good luck with the comeback!]]>