[tomboy-list] Note's Table of Content Addin
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Mon Apr 11 06:00:13 PDT 2011
On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 21:24, Robert Nordan <rpvn at robpvn.net> wrote:
> I can see that alright. New idea, as discussed in #tomboy: Don't make any
> new tags, but add a shortcut in the text formatting menu for Bold+Large
> (with hotkey) so that you can get away with only applying one formatting
> option instead of two. (Fewer clicks and mouse movements.) You could set up
> a add-in preference dialog to enable/disable it.
currently I do : Home, shitf-down, Ctrl-b Ctrl-shit-+-+ (8? key strokes)
Something like Ctrl-1 and Ctrl-2 would save many key strokes!
What do you think about this?
Ctrl-1 : set the current line to bold-huge (= header H2)
Ctrl-2 : set the current line to bold-large (= header H3)
Ctrl-0 : reset the current line to normal text
> /Robert N
> On 10.04.2011 20:07, Sandy Armstrong wrote:
>> On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Robert Nordan<rpvn at robpvn.net> wrote:
>>> I like it! Adding a bit of structure to notes is a nice idea, and your
>>> add-in is a good implementation. Normally new add-ins are listed at
>>> https://live.gnome.org/Tomboy/PluginList rather than added into Tomboy
>>> itself, so you should go ahead and put a link there! :-) The Tomboy Devs
>>> have planned a central add-in repository for Tomboy 1.8 which will allow
>>> automatic installation of add-ins from that list, so there probably is
>>> need to have new add-ins commited to Tomboy's git repository.
>>> The thing that I immediately thought might be a good idea for the next
>>> version of your add-in, would be defining a text tag for headers (along
>>> lines of bold or underline) that you could use instead of bold + large.
>>> could have a look at the Underline add-in to see how it's done there.
>> I kind of like the no tag approach, because it's backward compatible
>> with Tomboy installations that don't have the add-in installed.
>> But I could see good reasons for doing it the other way, too.
>> Anyway, really cool add-in! Keybindings for jumping between sections
>> would be a neat addition.
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