Afraid there is not a completely clean way to do this. Since folders are
used to organize the page files, folders always show up in the tree.
Myself I just put data folders in the tree and ignore the fact that they
show up in the index. If you don't like that, using zip files or iso could
Have it on my list of fixes for the index that it should ignore folders
without page files in it.
On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 7:12 PM, Thorsten Grothe <i...@th-grothe.de> wrote:
> Dear zim team,
> this is my first post to this list, so be patient with me :-) First of all
> thanks for this great app!
> I got a lot of files to organize and until now I used the "Attach File"
> option for this. This works great for single files but not for directories
> with folders, subfolders and files in it.
> One gread feature of zim is that it stores it's data in plain text format,
> so I thought it should be possible to attach a whole directory to a note.
> But if I do that (copy it manualy to zims data folder) and update the index
> the attached directories appear in the index view, so I helped me and
> created iso images. But this is a bit invonvenient.
> In other words I would like to use zim as a file *and* directory
> organizer, is that possible?
> Thanks in advance!
> Thorsten Groteh
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