Dejal announced on Thursday the immediate availability of Caboodle 1.1.2. The new version adds compatibility with Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard.
Other minor fixes include better ruler handling within entries.
Caboodle is an application used to collect text, images, and other content. The user can arrange the collected items in an outline-like hierarchy and include both structured fields and free-form text and pictures in each entry, along with web links, lists, tables, PDFs, and any other kind of file as attachments. There is no "folder" concept in Caboodle. Every entry can contain other entries, so the user can treat any entry as a folder-like container, and add child entries when needed.
"Entries can be encrypted to hide the most sensitive information. They can also be searched, and the Services menu is supported to quickly add or output an entry," according to Dejal.
Caboodle 1.1.2 is a Universal Application and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later. Several levels of licensing are available. In individual license is priced at US$14.95. A full-featured trial is available.