A Linux compatible version of OneNote
After downloading the
AppImage, make it an executable.
sudo mkdir -p /opt sudo mv ~/Downloads/p3x-onenote-a.b.c-d-x86_64.AppImage /opt/p3x-onenote sudo chmod +x /opt/p3x-onenote Then you can run it /opt/p3x-onenote &
The app can also be found on
Props for Peter Forgacs!
./translation/english/index.jsfile, if you create a file like
./translation/chinese/index.jsand implement these keys, I will add a permanent setting in the menu (
If you have enough RAM or buffy workstation and you can install Linux VirtualBox inside Windows and use the Marketplace based OneNote or install Office. I think, you do not need
p3x-onenote at all.
For my workstation, with a 4.8Ghz CPU, 4 cores, 32 GB-ram, I use VirtualBox on Windows with Office Onenote (I use 6 GB RAM, 4 cores), but unfortunately my Laptop is old and has only 16GB RAM. Given, I develop a lot (NodeJs), I need the RAM, so for my Laptop, I use
p3x-onenote and it's enough. Once the pages are loaded. It is fast, since it's own process without a browser and is in the tray, you don't have to re-load everything again. So it is very usable and after all pages are loaded, quick.
You can try, you lose nothing.
This only happens if you kill
P3X OneNote Linux and then relogin many times. So, If the program needs to be killed often,
sign out (on the top right of the Electron browser frame) just to be safe.
quit from the
p3x-onenote menu or the tray, will prevent the problem.
For now, I set a
Menu > Settings -> Disable hiding the main window | Enable hiding the main window, where you can enable or disable hiding, so if the Electron Tray is not working for you, you can set it with this
Although the main page's language can be changed, it reverts back when an actual page is accessed. This is being investigated.