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  1. While I, too, like the option to have many notes open, I agree that being able to open two program windows would be useful. For the concurrency issue, may I suggest that you make one window live and one window locked? This way, the locked window could be searched, read, notes copied from, etc. but no changes could be made to cause conflict. The other window would work as normal. This would solve my issue - I like to have multiple windows open to be able to do a search in one window, then look up my resources in another. As an example: I am working on my thesis. I have my quotes stored as notes, with tags for multiple references. I now want to work on my text, and have different notes for different sections of text (intro, study design, objectives, etc.). If I could open one window with the writing and one with the references (the references being locked). I could then copy quotes from the references to my text. Using multiple open windows in the instance won't work - I have over 60 quotes (so far) and will have about 30 sections of text. As it is, I am going to use Evernote for the references, and do the writing in Word. It is not nearly as flexible, but there you go. Thanks,
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