DavidGretzschel
11.0.97
A Thought is either forgotten or it is not forgotten.
There is no third state. It's a Boolean-attribute like "pinned" and "private".
Thus it would be practical if it could be used like a toggle.
At the moment we have the commands Thought>Forget and Thought>Remember.
It would save keyspace and strain the user's memory less, if one had only one command to remember, called "Thought>toggle Forget-state".
Also there's a Remember and a Forget-command in the configurable Context-menu.
It would save space, if in the context menu we could do both with only one entry called "toggle forget-state".
The custom context-menu-selector list could then also be profitably rearranged by grouping all three toggles (toggle-forget-state, Toggle Private and Toggle Pin) together in a line-separated grouping. Click image for larger version - Name: grouping.png, Views: 26, Size: 107.55 KB

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