Well, having some kind of scope is appropriate. IMO, if you are far enough
into understanding the internals of Zim enough to create a notebook using an
external program you likely know how to manually import the notebook. ;)
On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 6:13 AM, Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > What about having a "first run" routine that scans the user's home
> > for any folders containing Zim notebooks and builds the path, then offers
> > let the user add paths directly, or scan another directory for folders to
> > add to the path. Once this is done the first time there wouldn't be a
> > to scan again, or if the user needs to add additional notebooks, it could
> > done through the preferences menu.
> This sounds reasonable under the assumption that users do not create
> Zim notebooks independently of Zim (with their text editor for
> instance). I think that this is a reasonable assumption.
> Dotan Cohen
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