I have an update pending in the current development code that will only
show the full path for the toplevel notes, but not for child notes. This is
how I intended it, but unfortunately did not implement correctly in the
If you are on Ubuntu you can try the latest snapshot version
see the updated behavior. Hope that works better for you.
On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 6:11 PM, Dmitrij Lisov <dmt....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Would the status-bar solution be suitable for your needs?
> It may makes sense to show the full path in connection with the journal,
> but at the same time the navigation gets incredibly difficult with notes
> within subpages...
> 2014-09-01 18:01 GMT+02:00 Thomas Harning Jr. <harni...@gmail.com>:
>> On Sep 1, 2014 11:57 AM, "Dmitrij Lisov" <dmt....@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hey,
>> > after the 718 revision (
>> the tag index shows the whole path of a note, instead only its name, if a
>> tag is selected.
>> > Take for example a note within several subnotes. If you click on a tag,
>> you'll only see the beginning of the note's path in the tag index, what is
>> a usability disaster, because there is not enough space to display the
>> actual name of the note! The tag index is quite unusable right now for
>> people with a lot of notes within subnotes, so that the path of a note has
>> a certain length, that doesn't fit in the, mostly, small side pane.
>> > Was there any rational reason to implement that?
>> > I suggest to restore the old view again, and show the full path only in
>> the status bar, when the mouse-pointer hovers over the note, like it's
>> already done with URL and links to other notes. A tool-tip would also be
>> sufficient, but the small delay until it appears could slow the workflow.
>> The status-bar solution would work instantly though and therefore should be
>> > If someone, for any reason, desperately needs this kind of view, where
>> the full path of a note is shown, then there should be at least an option
>> to switch to the previous view again.
>> > Thanks in advance!
>> I had brought this fix in mind because with tag filtering, a tagged
>> journal is a horrible mess of days with no year/month context.
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