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Old 08-17-2007, 02:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried the trial version of IdeaMatrix but the fact that it doesn't have a desktop application is preventing me from buying it. I need access to my data from my laptop without having to be on the internet as well so their web interface does me no good.

I tried the Ascend Datavault and that's about the closest I can find for the storage of data and notes. I plan on mostly using this as a storage for my notes for work. I would like it to have a tree view and not just a list view. Does anyone else have any other suggestions?

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Not sure if NextAction! would be a good choice here. To be honest, RexWireless has a pretty decent lineup of apps, but I can understand your want to get at the data.
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Not sure if NextAction! would be a good choice here. To be honest, RexWireless has a pretty decent lineup of apps, but I can understand your want to get at the data.
Thanks... Their apps do look awesome but I HAVE to have a desktop application. I am using the application to store large notes and instructions for work. Doing them on the web desktop would normally be acceptable but I don't always have internet access depending on what hospital I'm working at. I don't want to be tied to rely on someone's server anyway. I can't believe they don't offer a standalone application.

We'll I purchased FlexWallet and we'll see how I like it. So far I like it with it only needing a couple features to really have me hooked.
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what extra features do you want FlexWallet to have?
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Thanks... Their apps do look awesome but I HAVE to have a desktop application. I am using the application to store large notes and instructions for work. Doing them on the web desktop would normally be acceptable but I don't always have internet access depending on what hospital I'm working at. I don't want to be tied to rely on someone's server anyway. I can't believe they don't offer a standalone application.

We'll I purchased FlexWallet and we'll see how I like it. So far I like it with it only needing a couple features to really have me hooked.
You know I have seen webis (forum member here who created Pocket Informant for the Windows Mobile devices). There has been talk of Pocket Informant for the BB. If I remember right, he has heirarchial tasks within PI in the windows version. Maybe he could do something as well, worth "asking" them (Welcome to WebIS.net - Home), might get a nod or something
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