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andrew78

Greater sidebar functionality with respect to notebooks

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Unsure why this is the case - but the sidebar functionality with respect to manipulating notebooks seems to be very limited

Eg - I cannot generate a new notebook within a stack from within the side bar - instead I have to manually go into notebooks and drag my new notebook into its appropriate stack

Eg - I cannot delete a notebook by right clicking the notebook in the sidebar

Eg - I cannot rename a notebook by right clicking the notebook in the sidebar

Not sure if any one else finds this troublesome or whether others have requested this - but it would make a significant improvement in workflow 

Hope EN will consider this improvement :)

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14 hours ago, andrew78 said:

Unsure why this is the case - but the sidebar functionality with respect to manipulating notebooks seems to be very limited

Eg - I cannot generate a new notebook within a stack from within the side bar - instead I have to manually go into notebooks and drag my new notebook into its appropriate stack

Eg - I cannot delete a notebook by right clicking the notebook in the sidebar

Eg - I cannot rename a notebook by right clicking the notebook in the sidebar

Not sure if any one else finds this troublesome or whether others have requested this - but it would make a significant improvement in workflow 

Hope EN will consider this improvement :)

Platform?  The above works fine in Windows.

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15 hours ago, andrew78 said:

Unsure why this is the case - but the sidebar functionality with respect to manipulating notebooks seems to be very limited

I'm guessing  this is a reference to the sidebar in the Mac platform      
I'll  move the discussion to the Mac forum

I added my vote but I roll with a minimized sidebar    
- just the notebook/tag/... icons    
- use the notebook page when necessary (infrequent)   
- long-press the icon to display the notebook/tag trees

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Yes sorry - this is on the Mac platform

Thanks for moving as appropriate

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