Archive for February, 2009

OutLink to your OutLook Task List and other new options

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Several new options have trickled into the OutLinker GUI interface as it has gotten some use. These are available in the latest Beta download from the OutLinker Installation page. If you review the screen shot above most are self explanatory, but here is some background: There are four ways you can “send” the item you […]

Outlinker GUI

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

The OutLinker script for processing your Microsoft Outlook inbox into GTD next actions and MindManager links now has the default option of using a form instead of an input box as a user interface: The installation program for the software is on the wiki. This means you can now: Interact with messages directly while program […]

MindReader User Manual Available

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

The first draft of a MindReader user manualhas been compiled by one of the program’s power users. The downloadable pdf file currently consists of a compilation of MindReader pages from the wiki.

OutLinker Installer Now Available

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

OutLinker now has a user-friendly installation program (outlinker.exe) similar to the one developed for MindReader. This should enable you to get rolling with the software without fiddling with macro code or references as well as to update existing installations with latest code. Visit the OutLinker for download instructions. An installation program was one of the […]

SpeedReader — Faster Version of MindReader Available

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

MindReader was running a big sluggishly on my MindManager maps, so went through it with a fine tooth comb and identified where it was spending its time. I made several tweaks so that it can load its options faster and skip over sections of code when not needed and avoid branches of keywords if the […]

MindReader 2.0

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

After a few weeks of shakedown and clean-up, it seems the setup.exe program created to install MindReader, Mark Task Complete, and Next Action Analysis and their associated Gyronix GyroQ tags is just about ready for prime time. If you are a MindManager user and have wanted to give these tools a try in the past, […]

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