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28 June 2018 at 22:21 in reply to: Opening .txt files in Cherrytree from the command line #124901
I believe that this should be a high-priority feature request.
Just think about this: if txt files could be associated to Cherrytree and opened automatically by Cherrytree when clicking on them, Cherrytree would easily become the DEFAULT editing application for MANY more users.
Also, this could be extended to html files and rtf files, I guess.
Giuseppe, if this is indeed an easy task to accomplish, please invest one or two hours on this and implement this feature.
I can’t wait to see my txt files opened by Cherrytree just by clicking on them!!
Thank you very much, Giuseppe.
I also agree that support for tags should be developed further. Tags are a very important feature.
@ace: I am not going to reply to you by refuting your arguments because I am not at all interested in politics. Moreover, this is a software development website, if you had not understood, and politics has no place here. You are the only one who is talking about politics here, and it’s totally out of place.
Your long posts full of ideological arguments are just ridiculous on this website. You are ridiculous.
As an addition to my request for the customizability of key shortcuts (in another thread), and as a complement to the request in this thread (by Mahdi), I would like to request a macro system for key shortcuts, so that pressing a single key may result in executing different actions. Even better, it would be nice to have some scripting capability included in this macro system, so that by pressing that key some condition checking would also be executed, and the actions taken (or not taken) would depend of the result of the condition checking. Such and enhancement would make the UI very very powerful, because it would be very interactive and fully customized to the needs of the user.
I know, this is an advanced feature, and will take some time to implement…
First of all, it’s a heart and not a flag. Secondly, what’s wrong with the Ukrainian flag? Even if he liked to display a Ukrainian flag, it’s his website, and he can do whatever he wants. Moreover he did not even mention any politics at all, it’s just your interpretation. You are making a fuss out of nothing. Your complaint is simply ridiculous.20 October 2014 at 16:58 in reply to: Is there any organized system for recording feature requests? #122501
Does the Google code tracker support feature requests too?15 October 2014 at 15:23 in reply to: Is there any organized system for recording feature requests? #122473
Please, Giuseppe, implement some bug-tracking system, and a feature-request database. You have a community of users behind you, who are willing to help you with testing, suggestions, etc. Implementing a bug/feature database will increase the loyalty of the user community and improve the program development.
I could not find shortcut customizing among the new options, as I was expecting. When will you introduce it? It is a very important feature for many users. Please implement it soon.
Slightly OT (not related to this thread): is it possible to undelete a note that was deleted by mistake?
Will those links still work even after the name of a node is changed?
I don’t know about PDF, but implementing the support for Right-to-Left languages in HTML should just be a matter of inserting a single HTML line for each relevant paragrah. If the whole document is RTL, then a single tag at the beginning of the document should be enough.
However, if the text is BiDi, or has both RTL and LTR paragraphs, then you should probably add that tag for each paragraph, to make sure that the relevant alignment is used.
Both GTK and Qt have automatic support for the text direction, so you don’t need to specify it. This also works perfectly in Cherrytree, so if you enter an Arabic text it will be automatically aligned as RTL.
Now, what you should try to understand is where this paragraph-specific info about text direction is stored by Gtk, so that you could retrieve and use it when exporting the Cherrytree text to other formats.
I hope this helps.