KenBlackman
Now that we have proper checklists (yay!) it would be very valuable to be able to hit a button to remove all checked items in the current note.
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metta
+1
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DavidGretzschel
It's markdown, so you can create and find a completed checkboxusing "+ ". An empty checkbox is "- " (so plus + spacebar and minus+spacebar).
Using crtl+f (search &r replace) one can remove all entries having that. But that would just remove the checkbox, now what's behind it.
Maybe one can write a script for doing this, but when I played with search & replace and completed checkboxes.... I crashed TB11,
so not today 🙂

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DavidGretzschel
The basic idea would be to ctrl+f the line having a full checkbox (identifiable by "+ "), somehow put the focus away from the find+replace-dialog to the found line using only keys on the keyboard, press "end", hold shift, press "Pos1", press delete, go back to step 1 and iterate another fifty times.
Which is a reasonably straightforward AHK-script, which you then can put on shortcut you like.
If you've got more than fifty done entries ever in one note, you're..... too productive for that idea, I'm afraid.

Alternatively, instead of deleting, it could wrap the line with -, so that it's all strikethrough'ed.
That's reason 12 why I find it highly irritating that so many things in TB11 need me to use the mouse.
Makes Macro-use very difficult, if not impossible.

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KenBlackman
...which brings up another wishlist item, search using regular expressions, which would make this easy. (That's more of a nice-to-have though.)
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