On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Dotan Cohen <dotanco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The Add Note feature is great, but it suffers from these issues:
> 1) It requires the user to specify a top-level page and a subpage. If
> the top-level page were remembered across usage like the Notebook were
> then it would be better. Best would be if the sub-page was also
> optional, such that if it were not entered then it would be
> auto-generated or the content appended to the last-used page.

The namespace where the new note is created is remembered per
notebook. Please file a bug report if this is broken.

> 2) Lists are not auto-parsed, that is entering "[] hello" does not
> turn into a list item.

The window is not a editor window, it does not support formatting etc.
it is just for quickly dropping some text. Of course it could be
extended to a full editor, but that is a bit more work to implement.

In the last discussion we had about wiki syntax you argued wiki syntax
should not be interpreted automatically for pasted text.

> 3) Pages do not have titles or "created on" text.

File a feature request in the bug tracker.

> 4) If a top-level page and subpage combination already exists, the
> subpage name is then the combination of the two. For instance, if "1
> -> 2" already exists and the user enters those values, then the new
> page name will be "1 -> 1 2"

If the page already exists a number as attached to make it unique.
Works for me. Please fiole a bug report if this is broken.

> Maybe some more, but these are the major issues that I found within
> the first ten minutes of playing with it.

Well the feature was available for testing for some weeks already and
my testing does not show any issues. Please file a bug report per
issue with details on how to reproduce them.



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