Notes are applets that store text for the user to read at a later time.

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I had a bunch of notes in my account. Where did they go?

Had a bunch of notes synced originally from Tomboy. I still see pics that were attached, but I don't see the content of those notes any longer.
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Is there a Sticky Note application? [duplicate]

On Windows 7, there is this Sticky Note app that will always start itself up and show itself in the same place with all the text you have written when you boot Windows up. You can also have multiple ...
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Can I search tomboy notes with dash?

With gnome-do I could! It's very very useful for me, because tomboy is well integrated in Ubuntu. Why doesn't dash have anything about this?
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Note taking software that can support advanced math notation

I'm trying to keep a large collection of GCSE notes for every subject I study, being 10 subjects. I will be using fairly advanced math notation so I would like it to support some system like latex or ...
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Springseed won't run?

Installed Springseed here (http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2013/07/springseed-note-taking-app-for-ubuntu) : Note taking app on Ubuntu 12.04 lts i386, just wont work. it pretty much installed correctly, ...
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Workflow for creating math heavy notes and review sheets on Linux

I'm looking for an effective way to create notes, summaries, reviews and essays. Thus far I used a mixture of LibreOffice and LaTex, depending on size, complexity and importance. Anything that ...