I have a recurring problem:
I like and use the hierarchical page index on the left hand side a lot and
populate it using 1) adding subpages by typing
Or 2) right-clicking on a page choosing “add subpage”
From time to time, “zombie” pages turn up in the index, either because the page
itself is only implied but has never been visited and is therefore empty or
though some other happenstances.
Selecting it and choosing “delete page” from the context menu leads to all
kinds of unwanted effects, most notably by making some OTHER page disappear
(not the selected one) and rendering all index pages below the selected one
invisible in which “below” means entries physically lower on the screen not
hierarchically nested under..
Now, some of those pages reappear after closing and restarting Zim but for an
app I depend upon so much this behaviour makes me very nervous.
A related question:
I use git as my version control system with the optional Zim plugin, which is
extremely useful for tracking how the content of a page has changed over time.
Can this git repository also be used to investigate how a subtree has changed?
In the above example I know where in the hierarchy I deleted a page, hence
where some other page might have gotten deleted accidentally but so far I have
not found out how this information can be extracted from the Zim repository.
Do others experience the same and have a solution maybe?
macOS High Sierra
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