DavidGretzschel
At the moment I can open a focussed Thought in a new Windows in two ways:

"Thought>Open in New Window"
This will activate open a new window with the focussed Thought being activated,
the splitter being in the middle.
"Thought>Open Content in New Window"
This will activate open a new window with the focussed Thought being activated,
the Content-Area being maximized


Those are very useful. But what is sorely missing is:
"Thought>Open Plex in New Window", which should do the following:
Open a new window with the focussed Thought being activated, the Plex being maximized.

This is also something I want not just for convenience's sake, but also for stability reasons.
I'm worried about desyncs between the Notes.md in combination with multiple Brain-Windows' Note Editors potentially causing errors.
And when I have multiple Note Editors on the same THought, it's usually because it's a byproduct of not having the command, that I need.
I usually don't want to have the same Thought open in multiple Editors at once.
That's very rarely something I would actually want to do.

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DavidGretzschel
At the moment I'm emulating this command by an AHK-script that goes thru the commands:
"Thought>Open in New Window", "Window>Splitter Right or Down"
This is somewhat convenient, but doesn't address my worries about a potential desync, since at least for a couple of miliseconds there will be the undesired state of having multiple Editors open on the same Thought.

Another problem with having to use scripts in general is that the sleep time between each command needed to compensate for lag varies quite randomly.
A sleep time of 500ms works 95% of the time, but feels very slow.
A lag time of 50ms works 80% of the time, but feels snappy.

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
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(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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mcaton
Thanks for posting. Feature request has been documented.

Thanks,
Matt
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