Textweb is a hypertext notepad with a reporting and cross-referencing feature. It has a simple browser interface. It is intended to help record and think about complex networks of ideas, things, or people, and their interactions. It is particularly helpful for those who frequently must enter new conceptual territory, and make sense of what they find there. It is useful for reverse engineering software, planning or analyzing a book, play, movie, or website, creating a branching text for use as a teleprompter in a speech, documenting procedures, planning for contingencies, creating and using classification networks, describing relationships between people, keeping detailed, outlined notes on classes and meetings, and numerous other purposes.
» version 1.2 - posted on 2003-09-18
Added Console Window
EULA - End User License Agreement
After you have registered Textweb, you may use the program for as long as you like, and make as many backup copies as necessary on the computer for which it is registered. If you change operating systems, mother boards, or root disk drives after registering, that will likely necessitate re-registering the program. As long as there is a record of your previous registration, you can obtain a new registration key simply by requesting one from firstname.lastname@example.org. Each registered user will be limited to no more than three free reregistrations during the course of a single year.
You may use Textweb without registering it, provided that you do not attempt to enable printing, which has been disabled as an incentive to register the program, and you do not attempt to disable Nagging, which as been provided as an incentive to register the program.
Any attempt to enable printing or disable nagging in the unregistered program revokes your permission to use the program or to keep it on your computer.