The current curved links are often messy. Without note, every piece of the text in the mind map is a node and therefore first class citizen; it is allowed for it to have children, and whatever feature is offered to other nodes like icons, time reminders, changing of the default color and the like is offered to it as well. I think it would also be fantastic if it had a shortcut key - Del probably being the most suitable. If no paragraph title is given this command will start a new paragraph. By splitting FreeMind along very specific lines, it will very quickly be possible to do things like use a completely different viewing front-end such as a web interface.
This would also address the need of applets and wiki-like functionality. So, I wrote this php script:. Indicates that a comment block contains documentation for a property either global or as a member of a class. I think that is good idea to add possibility to associate numeric values with nodes and make top nodes to recursively calculate sum of child nodes' values. It would be better not to "remember what directory they were in", but add possibility to choose "Default directory" in Preferences, which will be opened automatically whenever you save or load something.
But the styles are not attractive. Currently the node focus is "set" by moving the mouse. His research interests lie in image processing and machine learning. Generated on Sun Mar 24 Also a keyboard accelerator should be added for Zoom to Fit e. A nested section is only enabled if all enclosing sections are enabled as well. Indicates that a comment block contains documentation for a group of classes, files or namespaces.
I just send them the exported JAR, they double click it and they can view my mind map. Each remark will start on a new line. Some mind mapping programs have this feature. Plus, Freemind would work as a nice 'project manager' for creating directory-trees for large projects, at least I see I could find it very usable in my projects which require managing a lot of project files. I love FreeMind but have looked multiple times for the vertical option. For example, nodes with notes appear at the bottom and can't be moved around.