Yes the behavior is inconsistent. However current design is that they
should *not* be shown in the first place if there is no associated page or
If you want to keep them as a placeholder for pages, you need to create the
actual page, or link to that page from another page.
Great flow when organizing is to start with a "Table of contents" page that
links to all "categories", that way you have placeholders in the index for
all of them.
On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 9:44 AM, Torsten Riedling <tors...@riedling.eu>
> I'm trying to organize my documents and folders with zim.
> At the start of zim it shows all unused folders grey in the index. After
> clicking on them, they disapear in the index. Is there a way i can
> configure/hack that.
> I want to see all folders in the index. Even if I don't use them right now.
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