Alternote is designed to be the most convenient and natural way to make notes, collect information, write down your ideas, feelings and memories.

It features robust search enabling users to search through note title and contents as-you-type. Start searching just as you launch Alternote, no more focusing search field.

Every pixel of Alternote will be used because it is retina-ready and has smooth, optimized scrolling no matter how long your note is. And the best part? It is backed by Evernote. Alternote is an Evernote alternative client for Mac. You can use Evernote mobile apps and clippers and all data will be in sync.

A main question users often ask if Alernote supports iCloud or DropBox. The answer is no. Alernote does not want to defocus on support for different platforms. Hence Alternote is created exclusively for Evernote.

You may ask yourself. Why use Alternote as an alternative to Evernote. It uses Evernote’s backend for one. This means that you do not have to migrate your data and you can continue to use Evernote clippers, mobile apps and dozens of integrations. So if you seek for Evernote alternatives¬†or Evernote replacement due to its complicated interface, just consider switching to Alternote.

Heck, it can be even used as an OneNote alternative. Microsoft has put a lot of effort into its Mac OS version of OneNote, but there is still a lot of clutter in the app that might distract you from your notes. Alternote is a simple and intuitive note-taking Mac app. It stores your data at Evernote’s service which makes it available on all of your devices.

Remember Springpad? Yes, it shut down. Alternote is the best choice available if you are a Mac user.

See the multi-faceted flexibility of Alternote? Download a free trial and try it yourself!

So there seems to be an issue regarding the JTable grid when viewed in Mac OSX. The grid lines disappear. Well, not literally. They are probably colored white set as the default hence the perception that the grid lines do not get displayed.

To remedy this issue, just call setGridColor() of JTable and it should then display the grid lines according to the color you specify.

Good news all around! Oracle and Apple announced the OpenJDK project for Mac OS X. Apple will contribute most of the key components, tools and technology required for a Java SE 7 implementation on Mac OS X, including a 32-bit and 64-bit HotSpot-based Java virtual machine, class libraries, a networking stack and the foundation for a new graphical client.

OpenJDK will make Apple’s Java technology available to open source developers so you can access and contribute to the effort.

Furthermore, the JCP Executive Committe has approved the JSR “quartet” for Java SE 7 and Java SE 8. With this ratification, the Java standard will progress through the JCP while the open source reference implementation will be delivered through the OpenJDK project.

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