Quoting Jaap Karssenberg <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com>:

Hi all,

Hereby another request for comments about zim usage. Does anyone here
use the history in zim as strict sequence?
What I mean is this: for example, if you navigate from page "A" to page
"B" then again to page "A" and again to "B" (without using the 'back'
button), your history will look like "A -> B -> A -> B" and clicking
'back' repeatedly will switch back and forth between these pages.
In comparison, the "recent pages" view in the pathbar would only show
"B, A" and forget about the redundant occurrences of both pages in the
Now if as a user you just want to find back pages you recently accessed
the later is enough. But if you need a strict sequence that you can play
back, the first is what you need.
So my question is: can we remove the strict history and only support
"recent page" - or is there a good use case that uses the history as a
sequence? What do you use the history for ?
   (As you may have guessed, just supporting the "recent pages" without
the strict sequence allows me to remove some code and additional


Hi Jaap,

+1 for recent pages only.
Patrick Van der Veken
KUDOS BVBA - UNIX/Oracle/Web Consultancy
http://www.kudos.be - http://www.baanboard.com
E-mail: i...@kudos.be - Tel: +32.477.63.52.55

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