I have almost completely re-wrote Noteboard from the scratch and made Noteboard 2.0 because I felt that Noteboard 1.0.1 was not that extensible. There are a TON of changes in Noteboard 2.0, most notibly, multiple-document support. Just the same as the original Noteboard, it’s Firefox 3+ (and maby 2+) only. The reason there are only keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys) to control Noteboard is so there are no other elements other than a single text box. The stats bar has been disabled by default and can be toggled on by pushing Alt + Ctrl + I. All of the keyboard shortcuts are on the first document, ‘shortcuts’. I don’t reccomend deleting this document until you get used to using Noteboard.
With multiple document support, you can now create as many documents as you like. To create a document, push either Alt + Shift + N or Alt + Shift + C and type in the name of the document. To open a document you can push either Ctrl + Alt + O or Alt + Shift + O. To delete a document, you push Alt + Shift + D. To rename the current document you’re viewing, push Alt + Shift + R. All documents (and document names) have full Unicode support so you may name them whatever you want to and put whatever you want in them.
Another cool feature introduced in Noteboard 2.0 is document autoload URLs. (more…)