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Downloads of v 0.23.0:
27 May 2019
- Klaus Sinani
- Mario Sinani and Thanasis Gkanos.
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This package was approved by moderator gep13 on 03 Jun 2019.
Tusk is an unofficial, featureful, open source, community-driven, free Evernote app used by people in more than 140 countries.
Tusk is indicated by Evernote as an alternative client for Linux environments trusted by the open source community.
Visit the contributing guidelines to learn more on how to translate this document into more languages.
- Black, Dark & Sepia Themes
- Focus, Compact & Auto-Night Modes
- Local & Global Customizable Keyboard Shortcuts
- Export Notes as PDF, HTML & Markdown Files
- Note Navigation
- Yinxiang Support
- Cross Platform
- Scalable Interface
- Update Notifications
- Drag and Drop Files
Visit the project homepage to view all features in detail.
- Auto Night Mode - Press
Cmd/Ctrl Alt Nto allow Tusk to adjust to your environment.
- Black Theme - Activate it by pressing
Cmd/Ctrl Alt E.
- Compact Mode - Downsize the window to enter the mode.
- Custom Shortcut Keys - Navigate to
Cmd/Ctrl .to modify any shortcut key. To reset delete
~/.tusk.json& restart the app.
- Dark Theme - Activate it by pressing
- Drag & Drop Files - Attach files by dragging them to the app window.
- Export Notes as Markdown - Press
Cmd/Ctrl Oto save your notes as
- Export Notes as HTML - Press
Cmd/Ctrl Shift Hto save your notes as
- Export Notes as PDF - Press
Cmd/Ctrl Shift Eto save your notes as
- Focus Mode - Activate it by pressing
- Global Shortcut Keys - Enable them by using the
Enable Global Shortcut Keysoption.
- Note Navigation - Navigate your notes by pressing
Cmd/Ctrl Shift Tabor jump directly to one by using
Cmd/Ctrl 1 - 9.
- Note Printing - Press
Cmd/Ctrl Alt Pto print your notes.
- Scalable Interface - Adjust the zooming factor by pressing
Cmd/Ctrl Shift =or
- Sepia Theme - Activate it by pressing
- Update Notifications - Customize the apps update checking frequency.
- Yinxiang Support - Login to Yinxiang by using the
Switchto Yinxiang option.
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- Tusk.0.23.0.nupkg (d1aa712b2da3) - ## / 61
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|Tusk 0.23.0||450||Monday, May 27, 2019||Approved|
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