asexymind
Wikipedia has a history tab for the editing of each thought.
Or a list of "undos" so you can undo a particular edit?
Is there any equivalent for TheBrain?

I would guess it would take a monstrous amount of programming, but maybe not? 
Perhaps the tracking is easy, it is the display and GUI that is hard?
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pthompson
Mark,

You can easily 'Undo' and 'Redo' by navigating to Edit:

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asexymind
Let me rephrase the question - How can I access the Thought Activity Log? (I know how to "clear" it, but not how to access it?

Let's say I make 20 changes to the brain, then realize I want to undo change #7 - Can I find it in the log and then just undo that one?

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pthompson
Mark,

I believe the feature you are referring to is (File > Utilities > Clear Thought Activity Log). If this is the case, this simply removes the record of all Thought activations.

The only way to see a list of changes to undo is by using the menu I previously mentioned. When you make more than one change, you should be able to see more than one result on this menu.


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