StickyNotes 4074

In 4074, StickyNotes use Xml File Store, opened in a text editor, the .stickynote file is very similar to the Xaml documents

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LICENSE TYPE:
Freeware 
FILE SIZE:
306 KB
USER RATING:
3.6/5
DEVELOPED BY:
Stanimir Stoyanov
CATEGORY:
C: \ Office tools \ Diary/Organizers/Calendar
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StickyNotes
The Annotations Framework, which is used by StickyNotes, will support some different storage options for saving annotation data - either as XML data in a text file, within a Microsoft Windows File System, code-named "WinFS" file store, within a compound document file, or through an XML stream.

In 4074, StickyNotes use Xml File Store, opened in a text editor, the .stickynote file is very similar to the Xaml documents.

Non-text data, Audio streams or ink, is stored as Base64 encoded string. Every single Sticky Note can be attached to an "Annotations-enabled" Xaml element, resized, or even collapsed. In addition, a StickyNote tile can be added to the Sidebar, which, unfortunately, in 4074 only works partially.

StickyNote.exe works using arguments after its file name, here a list of the commands you can use it with:
■ /new - Creates a new sticky
■ /pos %X_pos %Y_pos %FilePathToTheNewSticky - Creates a new sticky, at specified screen position. This is most used to create annotations in Xaml forms.
■ /showall - Starts all available Sticky Notes in %USEPROFILE%\My Documents\My Notes\Sticky Notes, the most common store for sticky notes files.
■ /hideall - *Should* hide all opened notes, but in fact, it seems this doesn't work

Last updated on February 13th, 2007

Runs on: Windows XP / Vista

#Sticky Note #desktop note #XML data #Sticky #Note #desktop #XML

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