I use encfs on Linux, very easy ad-hoc with Gnome Encfs Manager, or set it
to auto-mount or via a script.
Personally I'd just encrypt the whole notebook, both easier and more
secure, then 'export' (copy out) certain files/namespaces if I wanted to
If you really only want to encrypt certain pages/namespaces you could use
file/directory symbolic links to an encfs folder, or manually
encrypt/decrypt with your file manaqer (seahorse-nautilus).
To get more granular, I use Thunderbird for email with a GPG plugin, so I'd
just copy/paste from there.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2014 at 4:38 AM, Jaap Karssenberg <
> Hi Vlad,
> There has been a long standing feature request to have a plugin to allow
> PGP encryption of individual pages or individual paragraphs in a page (see
> bug tracker for discussion).
> I think there are quite a few users that would use this if it became
> Reason I did not very actively pursue this is that the encryption will
> always be partial. E.g. page meta data will still be visible. My standard
> advise is to
> use an encrypted file system to store data safely.
> If you have private data that you want hidden, it may make sense to have a
> separate notebook for that.
> On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 11:32 PM, Colin Tedford <co...@colintedford.com>
>> I'm usually the only person who sees my notebook, but I'd probably still
>> make some use of such a feature/plugin if it existed.
>> On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Vlad-Mihai Sima <vladmihais...@gmail.com
>> > wrote:
>>> Is there possibility (plugin/option) of making some pages/part of pages
>>> private/hidden/encrypted and visible only when an action is performed?
>>> For me it is hard to always control who looks at your notebook and in
>>> some cases even you may even want to show parts of it. But on the other
>>> hand you might have some information that you do not want others to see by
>>> chance (passwords, medical info, presents you plan to give, etc).
>>> Would there be interest in such a feature?
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