The name of the currently opened DB file should be displayed in the main window title.
Released in CintaNotes 2.0
Minimal - only titles
Compact - only titles and 2 lines of text
Normal - as set in Note Appearance dialog
I imagine this could be done by using a button to add checkboxes, or even better, automatically generates after writing some text preceded by a dash or by the word "todo" and having either the dash or the "todo" swapped with a checkbox.
The simplest implementation would simply look for literal tags, but if this is not feasible, some special markup like [tagname] could be used.
E.g. I edit text, press Ctrl+Alt+F12, CN pops up, I find the needed note and press Ctrl+Enter, CN pastes the note's text into the app and minimizes back to tray.
Yet Another Sync Option (Y.A.S.O.) - Opera version. Yes, I do mean the note function built into the Opera browser, accessible through my.opera.com's 'Opera Link'. Before I discovered CintaNotes, that is what I used. Easy, always open, always accessible. Figured it was past time someone suggested it.
Like in program "Clipboard Buttons", add two small buttons to each window titlebar, next to the "minimize" and "maximize" buttons:
- Copy to CintaNotes
- Paste from CintaNotes
These buttons would allow to easily transfer text to and from CintaNotes, without touching the keyboard.
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