> Sorry to be opaque - it's a question and maybe a feature request. The
>> more I use Leo the more I want it open 'everywhere' - the more of a pain
>> creating multiple copies of saved files is. I'm sure there are other ways
>> of achieving sync but I thought a node based solution might be easy to use
>> and not too difficult to implement?
> Let me think about this. Anyone care to comment?
There was some brainstorming a while back about storing node history,
versions. From that perspective a version from node-in-dropbox-file and
older-state-in-this-file are essentially the same thing, a different state,
so could be handled the same way?
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