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Command-click on Title bar


Calion

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When I have an individual Note window open, I should be able to Command-click on the title bar, just as in the Finder, to be able to see and navigate the note's hierarchy. As it is, there is no way I can see to see a note that you have open (say from a hyperlink) in its notebook without having to Search.

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4 hours ago, Calion said:

When I have an individual Note window open, I should be able to Command-click on the title bar, just as in the Finder, to be able to see and navigate the note's hierarchy. As it is, there is no way I can see to see a note that you have open (say from a hyperlink) in its notebook without having to Search.

Not sure what you mean by "the note's hierarchy"

At the top, you can see the Notebook and Tags
The only additional info I can think of is Notebook Stack, and Tag Hierarchy

Screen Shot 2016-09-06 at 2.17.31 PM.png

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Notes exist in Notebooks, which can exist in Stacks. That's a hierarchy, just as files in the Finder exist in a folder hierarchy. I should be able to Command-click on the title bar and show the note in its notebook.

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4 hours ago, Calion said:

Notes exist in Notebooks, which can exist in Stacks. That's a hierarchy, just as files in the Finder exist in a folder hierarchy. I should be able to Command-click on the title bar and show the note in its notebook.

Got it - your request is for command-click to show the Notebook and Stack

For me, I use basically one notebook, and no stacks.
Any hierarchy I use is in the Tag organization and there could be multiple entries per note

 

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If you only use one notebook, it's even more important. How do you find the note in the notebook without searching? How do you show its listing? 

What I particularly need this for is to be able to get a Classic link for a note. But I can't get the link without viewing the note in its notebook, as opposed to in its own window.

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27 minutes ago, Calion said:

If you only use one notebook, it's even more important. How do you find the note in the notebook without searching? How do you show its listing? 

I'm a tag fan
My notes could have multiple tags, and any of them could get me to the note
As you said, I could search; I also have saved searches that I use often
I view my notes in update date sequence, so my most recent notes are on top
My notes are heavily cross linked, so one note leads to another

>>What I particularly need this for is to be able to get a Classic link for a note. But I can't get the link without viewing the note in its notebook, as opposed to in its own window.
I use toplist view, so its easy to get links; the list is always viable at the topScreen Shot 2016-09-08 at 1.14.45 PM.png

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