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This is my first post, I'm glad to join the community : )

I'm searching for weeks for a word processing software using tree notes

It seems the only one I found until now is OMNI FOCUS (omni outliner does it too). But this program is kind of "rigid" and doesn't support tables.

In fact I'm a huge fan of SCRIVENER but, I need a tree texts organisation which allows me to hide and make appear some paragraphs, and keeps the ouline view of all the main titles of a text document.



ps1 : English is not my native langage as you may had guessed, I hope my rough explanations can make you understand what I'm searching for
ps2 : I tried TREE 1.6, but really too basic for my needs...
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Tree 1.3.1.
Top of Tree - Tree, outliner for Mac OS X. Expand items on the right side.

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all i know of is treedbnotes it's freeware, but i've never personally used it. Hope this helps! And welcome to the community!
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Thanks for those two repplies.
. About Tree 1.3, I already tried it... too basic...
. And about Treedbnotes, it seems it's only windows program...

Any other idea for a word processing software allowing tree texts ?

Thanks again !
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