[tomboy-list] what exactly is Timestamp?
Daniel M. Eldridge
dme.tomboy at eldridge.to
Fri Mar 12 00:01:42 PST 2010
Is Timestamp designed to insert a stamp that is difficult to modify?
If so, then....oops.
If not, then what's the deal with Timestamp?
I mean if I forget to insert a Timestamp I want to be able to do so after
Let's say that I make a note @ 5pm but forget to type ctrl-d to enter the
Somehow, and for reasons that remain unknown to me, I later realize I had
neglected to insert the time stamp earlier and now I want to insert a
Timestamp and set the time manually...I'll type over the time and enter the,
say 5:00 PM
When I do this my timestamps always look odd--the fonts don't match.
Perhaps this is a feature to distinguish the auto timestamps from the manual
timestamps, in which case I say:
What's the deal with Tomboy's text formatting?
When I highlight a character and then type over that character I get a
different typeface; and a different size!
When I highlight one line of text that contains mixed sizes and then select
a size from the text menu shouldn't all of the selection be set to that
I expect that if I increased or decreased the size this would be a relative
change and the size differences would remain.
I'm running 1.1.1 on Vista
I'm also running 0.1 of Insert Timestamp
I am using the first pre-defined format in Timestamp
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