Thanks Paul.  I am going to look in this.  This might be just what I need. 

Also, nice job on the December 2008 video with you and Greg DeKoenigsberg.  Its nice to see people in the Fedora community discussing developments and fostering enthusiasm about open source operating systems and software.

Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 06:38:42PM -0500, Michael Naughton wrote:
Admittedly, I would like to see more billable programs for Linux.  I have 
tried Gnu Cash but I find it a bit cumbersome for simple time tracking and 
invoicing.  Additionally (like a lot of other people), I'd like to able to 
use Adobe programs in Linux.  Obviously this is not a Fedora gripe but an 
Adobe one.  I am confident that as Linux desktop adoption grows, Adobe 
will reach out to this market and provide products.  It already has with 
Flash and Acrobat.  I am also a part-time web developer and use Flash, 
Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Illustrator.  It would be nice to not have to 
boot into OS X use these tools.

You might want to look at Knomos:

However, it appears development stalled once they reached the 1.0 or
1.0a version -- I assume at completion of the contracted work.  It
would be nice to see additional development by people who care about