[tomboy-list] Semantic awareness?
nhoglund at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 05:39:34 PDT 2007
On 03/04/07, David Prieto <frandavid100 at gmail.com> wrote:
> You see, I've been using Tomboy a lot lately. And wonderful as it is,
> there is a big, big downside about it: links to existing notes are only
> created when the entered text is exactly like the note's name, that is:
> if one of my notes is called "school" any notes containing the word
> "school" will link to it, but not notes containing the word "schools".
> This detracts from the program's usefulness, so I would like to know: Is
> there a way to make tomboy semantically aware, that is to make it treat
> "house" and "houses" as the same word instead of two separate, unrelated
I've had the same problem, but with the names of people. If I were to
write "Davids mail" in a note, it wouldn't link to a David note.
I would be happy if I could just fix up links by selecting some text
and selecting what note to link it to.
I'd also like to be able to use tomboy for bookmarks, by dragging
URL:s to a note, but I think the text for a bookmark should start of
as the title of that page, not the URL.
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