Chronos LC has updated the StickyBrain information manager to version 2.0.2, improving integration with the Safari Web browser and adding full double-byte text support for international languages.
StickyBrain incorporates a “sticky note” interface. It can store any type of information including text, pictures, sounds, file/application links, contacts, Web and e-mail addresses, and more. StickyBrain can “grab” text from Web pages without the application itself having to launch.
In previous versions, if you were running Internet Explorer, the title of the Web page and a link back to that page was appended to the grabbed text. With version 2.0.2, Chronos has expanded this functionality to include Safari, Netscape, and OmniWeb. The finished version of Apple’s Web browser was announced last week during Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote speech at the Worldwide Developers Conference.
In addition to full double-byte text support, StickyBrain 2.0.2 now properly displays accented characters and other diacritical marks in the Windows menu and the Sticky Browser window. Improvements have also been made to the Sticky Browser’s search function.
StickyBrain 2.0.2 requires Mac OS X or Mac OS 9.x. A 30-day trial version can be downloaded from Chronos’ Web site. Registration is US$39.99.