I mostly using CherryTree to write logs about work progress.
So for each log (one node) – the upper part of the text consist of important things to remember and often used, such as web addresses, a custom table of contents etch. So when times goes and a node content grows in size I would need to scroll to top each time I need to copy some often used info.
So I figured that is not an ideal way to get to it.
So here is the suggestion: What about adding support for split screen, like Excel, Calc – Notepad++ has a feature “clone to other view” that sort of split the screen vertically.
Demo on youtube for Calc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T2OGCstl9k
That way – it would be possible to work at the log (bottom at each node) while the most-used information at the top of the node content is visible and easy to access/modify.