When I started using Zim, I thought that the main function of the index panel
was to reflect the hierarchy of pages. But now I see that the main objective of
the index panel is to reflect the history of accesses (it reflects the
hierarchy of pages in a secondary or at least mixed way). >From this point of
view, I don't know if it is more practical to preserve or remove references to
the deleted pages from history.
Anyway, what I'd like is a panel that shows the current hierarchy of pages
unrelated to the history of accesses. I asked to clean the whole story because
I thought that doing so, would show the current hierarchy of pages on the index
panel, but now I think that it would show an empty index panel.
I've been using Zim for a while and I can say that I like more every day.
(Sorry for my bad English)
>De: Jaap Karssenberg [mailto:jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com]
>Enviado el: martes, 27 de enero de 2015 10:51
>Asunto: Re: [Zim-wiki] How to clear history?
>This is intentional, deleted pages are still part of the history. You can skip
>What you are asking is to remove deleted pages from the history, not to delete
>the whole history, correct?
>On Sat, Jan 10, 2015 at 1:44 PM, SERES < <mailto:estra...@hotmail.es>
>I am new to zim and I like everything I'm trying, but I'm somewhat confused
>with the behavior of the history because when I go backwards, it still
>displays the names of pages I’ve deleted.
>Those names are just references, because if I access them, the pages are
>created new without content, but such behavior confuses me a lot, and I wonder
>if there is any way to clean history
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