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@IainB: Thanks for the feedback. Just for curiosity, as a notetaker, are you now using OneNote or what? If so, will you stay with ON even when (from v.2019) it will save only to the cloud?

@IainB: Thanks to pointing out this notetaker to us. Some time is passed, but it is still a great program and I continue to keep an eye on it.
           It does a lot of things. But one thing it seems it does not, at least in my experience.

Let say that you want to link a file to wiznote (as an attachment for instance, but just as a link). With other notetakers, you can set up in preferences the option, or you have a contextual menu to do that or some key-modifiers that work. Insead with Wiznote I am not still able to link (not copy) a file by 'drag'n drop' to a WN folder. I tried different key-modifiers without success.  I know that within an edit note you can  insert an hyperlink with a menu. But this implies a lot of clicks (and time) to get the job done. Does someone discovered a quick way or a speedy workaround to do it?

FARR Plugins and Aliases / Re: hamNotes (A FARR2 Plugin by hamradio)
« on: February 15, 2012, 04:16 AM »
Many thanks for clarifying point 3 (probably having "copy note" on the top of the right click menu would help, now "copy note" is somewhat too far away in the sub-menu), and for having considered the other two points. I know that the wish list should always come to terms with the technical constraint list!

FARR Plugins and Aliases / Re: hamNotes (A FARR2 Plugin by hamradio)
« on: February 14, 2012, 07:51 AM »
Great plugin, congratulations.
Please keep it minimalistic. Just three small additions that may bust productivity.

1) hnote /t [text]     ; search something in the title only, now there is /k for keywords, but not a specifier to search in title only.
2) add a simple way (upfront) to switch among different databases, instead to have just one.
3) add ^C in the window search results to copy the note itself (now it copies just the date).

Many thanks!

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