Leopard is on the way (Oct 26th), backup your Pagico before upgrading

Well I think that’s great news for this week that Apple has already announced its latest version of operating system “Leopard” to be released on Oct 26th.

This is definitely gonna be cool, and the biggest upgrade since…. tiger.

Leave microsft windows in dust, again? Hopefully.

However, before upgrading to the new cat, make sure you backed up your precious data as well as Pagico so you have nothing to lose.

Just want to remind you that Pagico on mac stores all your data under the “Pagico” folder under your “Applications” folder. So make sure you have a duplication for that folder before falling in love with the new cat. 😉

What (do you think) are the top 3 features in Pagico?

New Pagico banner, inspired by Apple…

As you can see there’s a new banner in the home page. Yes, I was inspired by Apple (I know, I know). 🙂

These are three features that I used most frequently and therefore the most important features to me.

So, as the title says, what features do you use the most frequently (or the most important)? 😉

Sample uses of “Activites” feature in Pagico (UPDATED)

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Hmm, here’s another simple (and detailed) guide about the “Activity” feature in Pagico. This is yet another interesting feature that you might not have seen in other softwares.

Just as other unique features designed in Pagico, this “activity” feature can be used in many ways. In this article, several sample uses will be covered for demonstrative purposes.
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A detailed tutorial for TagExploré with a real world example (UPDATED)

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Hey folks, as requested by Wade, this is a detailed tutorial in addition to the original TagExploré tutorial article.

In this article, I’ll demonstrate how this feature works with a real example. Yep, just like a case study.

Hope it’ll help, comments are welcomed. 😉
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MobileNote feature is improved (UPDATED)

MobileNote feature is improved
How are you doing these days? As we’re working on the linux release of Pagico, the beta test of MobileNote feature has not stopped neither.

After a couple of weeks working, we’ve finally decided to completely re-written the incoming message handling program, which is believed to be the cause of not being able to receive mobile notes sent from certain email client or device.

It turns out that it only accepts plain text messages sent from Apple Mail program.
Geez. It loves mac than we do.

So, now the MobileNote server has been updated, so anyone who had problems with this feature before, please give it another try to see if it’s working or not.

Thanks!

Update x1
It turns out that this new algorithm needs more tests… 😐 Well, the good news is that it’s been fixed (again), and hopefully you guys can sync with our server and start using this feature!
Sorry for the inconvenience!

Benvenuto: Pagico is being localized in to Italian

Pagico is localized to ItalianHi folks, it’s me again (obviously). This is gonna be a wonderful week as we’re proudly to present Pagico, the most unique organizer software, to italian-speak people.

This will be an (free, as always) update which will be released soon, together with the Pagico On Linux official release. Special thanks to Claudio Mezzasalma who did the localization in an amazing, lightning speed.

So, as of now, Pagico is available in 7 languages and keep counting!
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Pagico is about to be released on linux systems!

Pagico + Ubuntu = ?

Hey folks, I’m excited to tell everyone, that we had a wonder progress on the development of Pagico on linux systems in the past weeks.

All the major features are implemented and roughly tested. Pagico is designed for non-techies, which means we’re making our every effort to make installing and using Pagico on linux systems as easy as possible, just like we did for the other wonderful systems: Windows and Mac OS X.

Well, here is a screenshot of Pagico on ubuntu system (Feisty Fawn, 7.04).
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