I use CherryTree extensively for my notes across many topics.
However the number of nodes is getting out of control and I would like to be able to go back in time sequence through the nodes I have edited. e.g. which nodes did I modify in last two weeks?
The search feature can search for a pattern with variable
Node created after
Node created before
Node modified after
Node modified before
But what if I do not know what pattern to use?
I see that there is a regex option for search and I do get results by using this pattern ..
I simply want a log of nodes accessed by date/time.
If this log cannot be obtained from existing node search (e.g. by regex pattern), where can this logging method be added to the source code?
I have found an alternative route. I see that I can parse the *.ctd (xml) file to look at node attributes such as node timestamp created and accessed. I will write a python script to parse the xml file. But it would still be helpful to know where to dump node timestamps from the internal code in CherryTree.