Creating a link of a brain thought location and clicking on that link from some other application appears to open a second brain, but in my case it does not. What happens, in my case, is that The Brain flash screen displays and when I click on TheBrain icon the thought that was hyperlinked is showing in the brain.
How do I know it is not a second copy of TheBrain? Because when I delete that occurrence, the brain is no longer active on my system.
By the way, while I am at it, many times I will create a desktop shortcut containing the URL of the thought to remind me that this is an active project. It certainly would be nice if the developers could automatically do that through a right-click menu ("Create desktop shortcut of thought URL"). That would save me about three steps and I believe others would likely be able to utilize this as well.
bmac - thanks for the tip (Create Desktop Shortcut...). I'll add this to our feature request list.Also, our next generation of TheBrain addresses the way Brains can be opened and should resolve the original issue posted here of clicking on a link to a Brain URL if that Brain is already open.Thank you,Matt
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