Harlan

Version 11.0.99

July 10, 2020

  • New Features
    • (#2461) Link to multiple existing thoughts via typing in the create thought dialog
    • (#6744) Edit menu includes `Copy as Text` and `Copy as HTML` when notes is focussed
    • (#6792) Notes: Preference to restore cursor and scroll position when returning to a note
  • Fixes
    • (#6551) Thought icon click and drag should cancel if mouse not released inside icon area
    • (#6587) Notes: Do not show context menu for read-only brain
    • (#6644) Localization: Polish is incomplete
    • (#6748) If an HTML note contains a base64 encoded image and followed immediately by bold or other formatting, an error occurs
    • (#6772) Actions on the tab context menu should be applied to clicked upon tab, not the currently open tab
    • (#6800) Notes should be excluded in `internal attachment` report
    • (#6819) Windows: File access denied when pasting an image as an attachment or icon
    • (#6840) Notes: Right/left arrow keys may skip positions when navigating across a line boundary
    • (#6853) Offline activation of a trial license is valid until "Jan 1, 0001"
    • (#6866) Error when getting folder names for folder export if Thought's name has only a period
    • (#6868) Clicking on malformed URL link in Notes causes an error
Regards,
-Harlan
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Harlan
A brief explanation is in order...

(#2461) Link to multiple existing thoughts via typing in the create thought dialog

Say you have 5 thoughts in your brain that all contain the word "Paris" and you want to link them all to one place. Drag from the gate where you want them linked and release like you are going to create a new thought. Type "Paris". All of the thoughts you want appear in the list of search results. (This is all the same as previous versions.) Now, click each one you want to link. As you click their names are added to the list of thoughts that will be linked, separated by semicolons. Press enter or click away and they are all linked.

(#6792) Notes: Preference to restore cursor and scroll position when returning to a note

You're typing away on a long note and have scrolled down several screens. Now you need to check something on another thought so you navigate there and get the info you need. You go back to the original thought where you were typing and voila - right back where you left it. This behavior is now the default setting and can be turned off if you prefer to always start at the top of your note.
Regards,
-Harlan
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