bLADE Wiki 2.13.3
Personal wiki for organising your notes, that can run on Windows and Windows Mobile.
The application provides a text box for entering notes into. Wiki-style markup language can be used to format the notes, and the left 'soft-key' can be used to toggle between a 'View' and 'Edit' mode.
The application uses standard Windows Pocket Internet Explorer to view the wiki pages. Clicking on a link to a page which does not exist automatically creates a new page.
Wiki pages can be stored either on the phone memory, or on a removable storage (SD) card.
Features include: * Simple markup - The wiki parser uses very simple markup language, allowing headings, bullet lists, numbered lists, code listings, horizontal lines and tables, to be quickly and easily included. * Links - Link to wiki pages, sections within wiki pages, or external web pages * Templates - New pages are created based upon a user-defined template - allowing all pages to have a common menu header or footer with no extra typing. * Customisable - The appearance of the wiki is based on a user-editable CSS style sheet - giving the user total control over font size, style, colour, margins, borders and more. A template stylesheet is included. * Sync - By default, a directory which is sync'ed by ActiveSync is used, allowing a wiki to be edited on both a PC and PDA. With a third-party sync utility (such as freeware MobSync), any location, including directories on a Storage Card, can be used. * Page management - Pages can be deleted, and a Recycle bin allows pages deleted accidentally to be restored. Pages can also be moved between different wikis. * Search - Search for keywords across a whole wiki * Bookmarks - Set bookmarks to quickly jump back to a page. * Index - With one click, a wiki index can be generated - allowing dynamic tables-of-contents, ideal for larger wikis. * Zoom - Zoom in to temporarily get larger fonts, or zoom out to see the bigger picture - without having to edit the stylesheet. * Export to HTML - Pages can be exported to HTML for sending to people without this app. * Print - The desktop version can print wiki pages. * Documentation - The desktop version includes a 'Help' document which explains in detail how to use the wiki, and includes a FAQ for common problems. The mobile version includes a 'Help' document with a reminder of the wiki syntax.