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msbentley

Selection notes in a stack & case sensitive search

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Dear all,

 

Some feedback about the new web beta... on the desktop I work a lot with selecting notebook stacks and seeing all notes within this stack. In the web beta this doesn't seem to be possible - clicking anywhere in the stack name (not just on the arrow) folds/unfolds the stack. It would be great if one could filter to notes in a stack by click.

 

On a related no, I tried using the stack: search grammar. On the desktop this is case insensitive, but it appears that on the web beta it is case sensitive. i.e. searching for stack:MIDAS gives me my notes, stack:midas gives me zero notes). Is this a bug?

 

Thanks, Mark

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Thanks for reporting this. I will open a bug on the engineering team. 

 

- Nancy 

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Dear all,

 

Some feedback about the new web beta... on the desktop I work a lot with selecting notebook stacks and seeing all notes within this stack. In the web beta this doesn't seem to be possible - clicking anywhere in the stack name (not just on the arrow) folds/unfolds the stack. It would be great if one could filter to notes in a stack by click.

 

On a related no, I tried using the stack: search grammar. On the desktop this is case insensitive, but it appears that on the web beta it is case sensitive. i.e. searching for stack:MIDAS gives me my notes, stack:midas gives me zero notes). Is this a bug?

 

Thanks, Mark

 

Which tab are you doing this search from? Is it the search tab? 

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Yes, if I enter stack:test into the search tab, I get "0 results found", whereas stack:TEST shows all results correctly.

 

I'm using Chrome 40.0.2214.115 if that makes a difference...

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