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  • in reply to: importing .txt #93534

    pmini
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    i’ll have ago when i’ve got a minute, cheers

    in reply to: importing .txt #93201

    pmini
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    So, after trying all the import options i found that ‘zim folder’ works and imports all notes as individual nodes (great!). However, several of the notes were imported as blank nodes. Any ideas?

    in reply to: any idea when these features may be available? #53666

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    evening all,
    just popping in to ask how the android app’s coming along,
    thanks, as ever

    in reply to: any idea when these features may be available? #22990

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    readonly would be magnificent to start with!

    in reply to: any idea when these features may be available? #21590

    pmini
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    Wow! Yes some kind of android integration would be, as others have said numerous times, just amazing.
    Please let me know if you want more info on what would be useful for an android version.

    Personally, the just the ability to be able to read existing nodes, and view tables would be appreciated. I’m not so concerned with altering/editing existing nodes, but perhaps the ability to be able to create new nodes/notes that would sync and which i could later integrate/edit through the desktop would be useful.

    Again, your hardwork is much appreciated!

     

    in reply to: Decreasing font size in tree #1877

    pmini
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    Perfect. thanks for the continuing development of this ‘essential’ app.

    in reply to: spell check #1739

    pmini
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    thanks!

    in reply to: spell check #1737

    pmini
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    sorry, not had chance to check in for a few days…
    i see what you mean, should have been more precise…
    by free pasting i mean (as wikipedia puts it) “However, unlike a word processor, users can simply write anywhere on a virtually unbounded document window by just clicking there.”
    in basketnotes you have the option to create a note/basket with 1/2/3 columns or ‘free’ (as shown here: http://basket.kde.org/screenshots.php)
    so you can place text or images anywhere and not in a linear way as with usual text editors. i hope i’m explaning myself clearly…
    thanks.

    in reply to: spell check #1721

    pmini
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    Also, any plans to integrate the sort of free pasting seen in Basket and OneNote?
    Cheers

    in reply to: spell check #1720

    pmini
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    thanks for the reply. Cherrytree is really a great little app. When i shifted from MS to Linux a couple of years ago the only program i really missed was MS onenote (and maybe foobar!). And though i’ve tried pretty much all the linux alternatives (tomboy/basket/nixnote etc etc) cherrytree is by far the best and most intuitive and the only one that comes close to onenote. I’m surprised the major distro’s haven’t yet taken an interest (or am i mistaken?) as it beats tomboy and knotes hands down…surely a matter of time. Spell checking, due to my awful skills in that department, would be (excuse the pun) the cherry on top….
    That said, the new database storage sounds exciting and a major step forward, Good Luck and Thankyou!

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