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Vermeer Grange

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  1. FTR got the following answer from support for my ticket #2822847:

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    Please know that we're aware of the issue and we're planning to release a fix on a future version.

    Here's a workaround for this issue: Paste into TextEdit first, copy again in TextEdit, then paste into your destination app.

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  2. FTR got the following answer from support for my ticket #2822847:

     

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    [...]

    Please know that we're aware of the issue and we're planning to release a fix on a future version.

    Here's a workaround for this issue: Paste into TextEdit first, copy again in TextEdit, then paste into your destination app.

    [...]

     

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  3. @DTLow describes the current behavior, but this does not fix our issue...  and btw On Macs, the tabs do not hold "the specific note you're working on".   is not true. The tabs do hold the information about which note is opened in that tab, because when I go back to an old tab, it still displays the correct note, and did not reset to the first note of the list for instance.

    We want to be able to work on different notes in parallel. Two possible solutions:

    1) give us the possibility to "open note in a new tab"  (instead of just "in a new window" like currently)

    2) give us the option to make tab names reflect the note currently opened in the list of the tab, instead of the list criteria

     

     

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