Following links point to the same files that are listed in the grid below. This is just an index to find the desired file more easily.
Ubuntu, Debian, Mint and other Debian derived distributions
The user manual is installed automatically using the .deb packages below. From the menu item "? - User manual" it is possible to show it in German, French, Italian, English or Russian.
If the language of the system in use is French, German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese or Russian, the software will run in those languages; otherwise it will run in English. To install Polish language file, download it from the link below and install it with with the menu 'Tools - Set language'.
To enable the tray icon of MyNotex in Unity, type in the terminal:
gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Panel systray-whitelist "['mynotex']"
and press Enter.
To open a MyNotex file (.mnt) with a double click, just right click on a file of this kind, select "Properties", "Open with" and choose MyNotex as the default software to open it. This option works only if MyNotex has been installed with a deb package.
Non Debian derived distributions (like Fedora, Mandriva, Opensuse)
Download the executable file, extract it in a directory and make the file "mynotex" executable: right click on it, select "Properties", then check "Allow executing as program" in the Permissions tab. Then double click on it to run MyNotex. Sqlite >=3 must be installed in the system. Then it is possible to install the French, Italian, German, Dutch, Portuguese or Russian language, if needed: download the language file (see below) and open it with the menu 'Tools - Set language'.
German version of the English manual of MyNotex 1.2.3 (with screenshots), by Lars Wohlfahrt, Susanne Böhm, Mona Abendroth (IST planbar GmbH - www.istplanbar.de). It's installed automatically with MyNotex deb packages.