CaptainJustice
(re: Windows version)

The current (.234) version of TB9 allows moving only one file out of the brain at a time. Need to be able to use CTRL-A (select all) or CTRL-click to select multiple files but less than all.

The interface to the file system needs to be improved in connection with this:
  1. Open a standard Windows File Explorer type window
  2. Include ability to create a new folder from icon or move up in hierarchy from icon. 
  3. Remember the last location.

thanks
-- The Cap'n
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metta
+1 for simultaneously moving multiple files outside TB9
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tcahill
+100 Must have this capability. I have thousands of attachments I need to move out....
Be vewy quiet. I'm hunting wabbit.
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CaptainJustice
Bump.
-- The Cap'n
Surface Pro 6, Windows 10
Dell XPS 15 laptop, Windows 10
Homemade desktop for Ham Shack, Windows 10
SamsungS10+
Working (still) at https://judgegiljones.com and
Playing at https://captainjustice.net
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metta
+1 (again) -- Not having this functionality is severely limiting in terms of both efficiency and productivity....
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mcaton
Documented.  Thanks for the bumps.

Matt
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PhilM
Yes, much needed.
And if you publish a Brain containing whole Web pages published by others, is that a violation of their Intellectual Property rights?
Not something I know about. Just asking.
Phil
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mcaton
Phil,

Thanks for asking.  I'm not sure about the proper legal phrasing to answer the question, but in short, it's basically the same as linking to a public URL in a forum post or taking a screenshot (again of a PUBLIC URL) and posting on Reddit...

Thanks,
Matt
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CaptainJustice
mcaton wrote:
Phil,

Thanks for asking.  I'm not sure about the proper legal phrasing to answer the question, but in short, it's basically the same as linking to a public URL in a forum post or taking a screenshot (again of a PUBLIC URL) and posting on Reddit...

Thanks,
Matt

May fall under the Fair Use Doctrine. And may not. For your reading pleasure:
https://alj.artrepreneur.com/fair-blogging-bloggers-copyrighted-images/
https://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/fair-use/what-is-fair-use/
https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/blogbasics/copyright-and-fair-use/1/
-- The Cap'n
Surface Pro 6, Windows 10
Dell XPS 15 laptop, Windows 10
Homemade desktop for Ham Shack, Windows 10
SamsungS10+
Working (still) at https://judgegiljones.com and
Playing at https://captainjustice.net
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metta
@CaptainJustice ~ Many thanks, Cap'n!

Much appreciated.
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PhilM
CaptainJustice, Matt

Linking to any public URL is clearly not a violation of fair use. It's analogous to a footnote in a print document.

But including whole Web pages and other documents is different. I don't use Reddit. I'm not interested in everyone's off-the-cuff response on a topic or page. And in my quick look at Reddit, the screen snaps were limited in scope.

To me, posting a screen shot of a big section of a Web page is a gray area.

As you suggest, the Fair Use Doctrine is more like guidelines than the pirates' code.

On a related note: Brilliant Knowledge Representation expert John Sowa once chastised me for not including sufficient context when I criticized a source on the Ontolog forum. He asserted that we should include more context when we are disagreeing with a source than when we are supporting a source's assertions. He was absolutely right, and online access is a big advantage in doing so when compared to print.

Phil
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mcaton
Thank you all for chipping in on the answer here.  I knew there would be a smarter response out there than mine ðŸ˜…

Matt
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