QwikNote is a simple text editor that runs inside of a browser in offline mode (i.e., requires no internet connection to work). It provides a very quick and simple way to draft a note or to copy / paste / edit / save / email / spell check / print text found while browsing the web - you don't need to find and start up and wait for the system's editor application. It also provides some common templates (memo, letter, HTML file, etc.) to shortcut repetitive tasks. If needed, the editor can pop out so you can work between several tabs or other apps.
A QwikNote can also be created by right-clicking on text selected in any existing window or tab and then selecting the QwikNote menu entry - a new QwikNote tab will be opened containing the selected text. You can also open a local file and append it into your edits. A Tools panel provides extras such as line, word and character counts.
Simple support is provided for the creation, editing and previewing of web pages. To get you started, an HTML template is provided (found in the Tools panel) that enters the HTML code for a sample page containing a header, a table with a caption, a glossary and a few paragraphs. You can then edit the HTML code and preview changes along the way in a separate tab (you can open multiple tabs, one for each set of edits, to compare each set). Alternatively, you can open an existing HTML file or create one from scratch.
Text will be saved locally in the browser; your edits will still be there even after the QwikNote tab is closed or if the browser is restarted. If you use Google Chrome's Sync feature, it will also be saved across all of your browsers (please read the help page's Persistence section for more details).
If you dislike starting a separate editor app just to quickly revise some text or make notes or are not always on the internet or like your data private to your machine then this is for you.
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