Tag support for multiple word names
Firstly thanks for this awesome app. I was looking for an evernote alternative that i can use on linux. And surprisingly, although not mentioned by many linux blogs, Tagspaces is the closest one can get to evernote.
I could have used evernote using Wine, but i will prefer apps that have versions for Linux.
Tagspaces does almost all the jobs.
Only niggle, that kept me from shifting permanently to Tagspace, is the inability to add multiple words in the same tag.
I am a medical physician. For example if you need to add a tag ' Blood sugar' in tagspaces, either it appears as two separate tags. Or you can add them within the same tag with a 'hyphen' in between them.
I will really appreciate if adding multiple words within the same tag is made possible. ctually, in our field there are many names of disease that are quite complex and contain many words.
Sincerely hope the developer considers this in future releases.
Thanks and regards
Another way would be to what programmers do with variables, chaining together words with every word starting with an uppercase letter. Something like "bloodSugar" for example.
AdminIlian (Dev, TagSpaces) commented
thank you for your positive feedback for the project, and please excuse my late response. I personally will prefer for add tags for Blood sugar as blood-sugar, but I can not dictate your workflow.... The good news is that in the current release you can exchange the tag separator with some other character like ",". This can be done in the options and then tab "experimental". Please note that the options found here are really experimental and not widely tested. The bad news is that if you try to add a tags with a space in the dialog it will automatically be splitted in two words. But this can be fixes in the next version. As workarround for this issue I can suggest you to add the tag blood-sugar and then edit it to blood sugar.