How about using a different directory for each notebook?

~/work/zim
+ Home/Documents
+ Home/Notes
+ Work/Documents
+ Work/Notes
+ Studies/Documents
+ Studies/Notes

>From my experience with zim, you can have your documents and notes in
whatever directory you want, you have the opportunity to specify this
when you create a new notebook. I have moved some of my notebooks
after they were created with plain command line mkdir and mv, and
after editing the locations in the File->Properties zim found my data
again.

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Svenn

2009/4/22 Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com>:
> On a new install of Kubuntu, I have installed Zim 0.28 from the .deb
> package on the Zim website. All my notebooks are in the ~/.zim
> directory. When I first started Zim, I configured the only notebook
> shown, Notes, to use the ~/.zim directory. Now, all my notebooks are
> showing up as folders within Zim.
>
> For instance, I had three notebooks: Home, Studies, Work. Now, I only
> have one notebook, Notes, and in that notebook there are the folders
> Home, Studies, Work. I need these to be Notebooks, not folders in one
> large notebook.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
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