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Which mindmapper tool do you recommend and why?


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Kellan
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I just use a plain text file. For me mind maps are just a fancy name for hierarchical lists...

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I just use a plain text file. For me mind maps are just a fancy name for hierarchical lists...


Yep, but hierarchical lists in a text file too can be awesome:

<!-- m -->http://orgmode.org/w...rials/index.php<!-- m -->

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I used a couple of mind-mapping software before, all of them coded in Java. So far I find Freemind is the best because mindmaps in Freemind are more compactly presented. You can squeeze lots of words into it. It is also faster.
TypingAid autocompletion program made with AHK.

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Recommended by the German c't-Magazin: MindNode 8)

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MindNode --> MAC OS X (only) :shock: :cry: