Haven't tried but there is also http://playingcards.io/. I've seen some file for use with it on BoardGameGeek.
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If you work plainly with text, which is fine for capturing your thoughts- this looks pretty amazing. However I find myself thinking how do I get other things in it?Underlying question: what different ways can something be "in" the system? What way is most useful for what content?-sphere (July 08, 2020, 07:28 PM)
[re: zettelkasten data structure graphic]
Step 1 is going to the inbox
Step 2 is thinking about where it should be once it's in the inbox
I can't get from step 1 to step 2 in most cases. If I just do it without thinking about it, I get little idiosyncracies in how they're categorized. So my notes never get from the inbox to the archive referenced. It's a failing on my part, but I haven't found anything that really helps with that without it seeming like 'too much'.-wraith808 (June 17, 2020, 03:02 PM)
You can switch between disabled and enabled state by using the /DisableEnable command, for example:
SoundVolumeView.exe /DisableEnable "Realtek High Definition Audio\Device\Speakers\Render"
These are exactly the kind of reasons that made me first write sumatra_earmarks (earmarks!) and later the much better sumatra_highlight_helper (3 color text highlighting! Color dots! Hotkeys to jump to prev/next/first/last highlight in pdf! Color filtered jumps! And with the jump feature the highlights can also function as earmarks!).-Nod5 (March 14, 2015, 07:37 AM)
FYI- Roam has released its pricing. It's $15/month. You can continue for free right now, but as at some point they will do away with the free plan (and their language is shaming people that don't want to pay that price), I'm done with Roam. That's just way too much a month for me. Emphasized the part below about the not free forever part...Only shows how much is in flux right now with these different tools.-wraith808 (June 11, 2020, 03:23 PM)
My boss bought a 3D printer in kit form, which was designed by some Tsechian person or Romanian person, who is known to design quality printers for low prices. I forgot, it has been quite a while since.-Shades (May 28, 2020, 12:49 AM)
I didn't see offhand where codimd supports book mode, which is my major use of hackmd. And some other features, like workspaces. And that's just from a cursory look.The history link helped. Seems CodiMD is not for me either, right now at least, since I don't want to manage a server for notes.
Longer explanation at https://github.com/c...2539/docs/history.md-wraith808 (May 28, 2020, 09:21 AM)
Never heard of transclusion before-wraith808
I have no problem with markdown for notes because it's not a distraction. But I do when I'm working on prose and I need to focus on the relationship between the content and language and how it flows and progresses.Yeah, different formats fit for different use cases I suppose. Though for fiction prose writing maybe special formatting, beyond perhaps italics, would be infrequent enough to not distract much even in raw Markdown mode? Could also help: Many code editors let you tweak and toogle between different themes and highlight schemes. So one could use one where the format pops at times and one more discreet at other times. VS Code and other editors also have a quick toggle for zen mode (minimal mode, distraction free mode, ...) that hides most toolbars and buttons. Example:-Dormouse (May 28, 2020, 10:52 AM)
Yes, quite a bit. So much so that I pay for it. I'm writing my book in it (it has a book type layout), and I thought reading this thread the autolinking feature would be nice for this system.-wraith808 (May 27, 2020, 04:54 PM)