Adam: "I find ctrl+enter inconvenient because they keys are far away as if I'm playing a piano. While my right navigates with the mouse, I seem to have my left hand predominantly work macros, hot keys, and workflow. So far example, I would more easily use Ctrl+1 due to reach while navigating with my mouse, instead of ctrl+enter. Currently, I use Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V to copy notes from CintaNotes to my application; so it's also habit. I use CintaNotes for email support, which helps me with mini macro response management (storing commonly used responses)."
Now it is a world of flat icons. Maybe CN's main app icon/logo need to be updated to match the latest Windows UI design? I'm a Pro user and I want to keep my eyes on a more flat and modern CN icon which was pinned on the task-bar everyday! A lot of talented designers are on dribbble, maybe it's not difficult to find one to craft a new shiny CN icon!
The idea is not just to backup the .db file to web.
In short, dynamically altering realtime publishing to the web that is immediately available for indexing by any search engine spider.
as currently Cintanote didn't have the following functions:
1) saved search: which is easier to locate the search we regular check, this is more effective than search history, and more details than find stuff by tags only.
2) shows the tags based on selected notes. which is the tag > note reversion, which some case is quite useful, as: find what's most tagged notes in current month...
but I think one thing can rule this all, that's what I called "Dynamic Section", this based searching, and save the searching as section.
what do you think? hope that's not very hard to Implemented in Cintanote.
There are rare times when I would like to put a URL into a note, but not have CN try and format it as a URL. At the moment, this can't be done as far as I can tell, it would be nice to have an option - like the right click Format->Clear option - that would allow you to click on a hyperlink in a note and remove it as a hyperlink (while leaving the text obviously). Basically the same as in Microsoft Word.
Useful when, for example, you are laid off from your job and don't even have the possiblity to clean up.
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