updated 10:10 am EDT, Tue October 14, 2008
Caboodle 1.2 released
Deajl Systems has released an update to its Caboodle software, which allows users to store, organize and track information. With Caboodle users are able to arrange items in an outline-like hierarchy, and include both structured fields and free-form text and pictures in each entry. The new version focuses more on fixing bugs and enhancing existing features. rather than introducing new ones.
Version 1.2 will no longer crash when adding a new entry while displaying search results, or when using the New Sibling button without a selection. Also updated are the French and German localizations, which fix some of the language flaws pointed out by users. The release finally includes a new View option, which will temporarily decrypt an entry and display it as read-only.
Caboodle 1.2 costs $15 in a single-user license, but can be tried in demo form for free.