Archive for April, 2011

Map2Excel exports topic notes as Excel comments

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Thanks to Sam S. for sharing some of his improvements of map2excel, particularly around how to add notes as comments. The latest version (1.0.0012) of Map2Excel now can take notes in MindManager for all the topics and add them as comments in the excel export. For example, exporting this branch as an outline yields: You […]

Comments open on MMDevX

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

You can now comment on add-ins on the MMDevX add-in site. The site has entries for MindReader, Mark Task Complete, MyMapMacros, Map2Excel, and Outlinker. New users might be encouraged if they see comments from other users on how these are working for other users.

MMDevX Launches and MindMappers.ning.com Re-Launches

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Nigel Goult, the generous developer who provided the 7 steps to create a MindManager Add-In guide continues to do great things to support the MindManager community. As you may recall, Nigel's guide and template enabled me to convert MindReader, MarkTaskComplete, and Map2Excel into installable add-ins and to add MyMapMacros to the mix. He recently cleaned […]

ButtonReader: 40 configurable buttons for MindReader

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Several people had asked for customizable context buttons in MindReader. In part because Stefan has teh biggest donation to date, I jumped right on the task. As of yesterday the ribbon has had an options button that lets you not only change the contexts but allows you to re-purpose the context, due, and time tabs […]

Example of Map2Excel in use

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Wojciech posted a nice example of how one might use Map2Excel on his blog.

MyMapMacros: Launch your MindManager Macros from the Ribbon Toolbar

Saturday, April 2nd, 2011

While MindManager macros can be very useful for automating repetitive operations in MindManager, it can be a little tedious to launch them. You either need to enable the developer tab and then click on "developer, macros, macro editor, run" or assign the macro to the topic context menu (which can get crowded and requires a […]

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