jostber
Or another timeframe. If the Wander function could get an option to scan through the accessed thoughts of the day, F12 could be a nice shortcut for this.

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zenrain
Nice suggestion!
Until it's implemented you could set the filter to 1 day (or two days) and then choose wander.
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Well, why tie Wander's speed to the speed of animation?

I believe Harlan stated in another post that Wander would get it's own adjustable speed. No clue if it's going to be in 5.1, but with the major speed bump PB received recently, it'll be nice.

Then again, it's kind of hard for me to complain about it when it's a direct result of PersonalBrain's recent performance overhaul.
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Darkstar

dyslucksia wrote:
Dangerous? Remember that PB ain't private. Moreover, the Wander option lies just above Advanced Search on the Options menu. So if you intended to click Advanced Search to find something you knew was safe, and accidentally clicked Wander..! Alas, there is no Options > Preference to disable Wander.

dyslucksia, who would ever have anything that isn't perfectly work safe in their WORK BRAIN ? You never know who might take a look into it.

In fact, why would you ever have anything that isn't perfectly work safe on any of your brains on your work machine? After all, it is quite common for many work places to actively monitor what an employee has on their screens and on their employer provided machines.

Nope, can't imagine anyone placing any brain with anything private or sensitive into their work brain where anyone could see it, or scan the notes in text on their drive or their images in their PB directories... which, again, some companies actually do (as well as listen in to anything streamed to your box, to make sure you aren't wasting company resources).

Seriously--- if you want private, you aint keeping it in your brain. Not until we get encrypted brain databases, at least, and brains that require passwords to be displayed if the machine has idled (as well as just passwords to open), and of course, privacy (or some would say--- "boss" ) screens.
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jostber
A functionality to scan/wander through a report would be great too.



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