WenWM · Feb 28, 2010 at 12:23 pm

WMM Notes0.5.1 Available

Some users might feel WMM Notes has been going without an update for too long, the developer has decided to put an end to that and released a new version. The popular note taking application got updated just a few days ago and brings some pretty welcome changes.

Originally posted by sirus

Application for quick notes.

v0.5
– translated and color-coordinated color dialog
– copy, cut and paste with stylus
– add and remove pages
– added font style
– support 240×240, QVGA, SQVGA, WQVGA, VGA and WVGA
– ability to disable the automatic keyboard
– ability to disable the icon in the tray
– ability to minimize after start
– Portail and Landscape support
v0.5.1
– added ability to start after windows mobile start
– removed support for 240×240, because its too small

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