Heimer – Qt-based mind map and note-taking software

Heimer is a desktop application for creating mind maps and other suitable diagrams.

It’s written in Qt and targeted for Linux and Windows.

The software is released under an open source license.

Features include:

  • Easy-to-use user interface.
  • Very fast.
  • Zoom in/out/fit.
  • Zoom with mouse wheel.
  • Save/load in XML-based .ALZ-files.
  • Export to PNG images.
  • Quickly add node text and edge labels.
  • Node color and background color settings.
  • Nice animations.
  • Full undo/redo.
  • Deletion of any node.
  • Simple grid size setting. By selecting grid size > 0 will automatically snap nodes to grid.
  • AppImage and snap package support.
  • Internationalization support – Finnish translation.
  • Cross-platform support – runs under Linux and Windows.

Website: github.com/juzzlin/Heimer
Support: FAQ
Developer: Jussi Lind
License: GNU GPLv3

Heimer

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