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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    It looks like an iOS version is on the way! http://www.tagspaces.org/downloads/

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I hope I'm not annoying the admin by posting this on so many topics, but again, this is another feature request that would be solved by saving tags in a single file: https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/5789542-save-tag-data-and-metadata-in-a-separate-file

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    Same here, this would help make this more useful for GTD. I feel like this is the sort of thing that would be great as an optional plugin. I wonder what the plans are to make TagSpaces user-extensible. Given that It's made with web standards and packaged up in Node-Webkit, this is very possible.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    This is one of many suggestions that would be fixed by the following suggestion: https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/5789542-save-tag-data-and-metadata-in-a-separate-file

    Without variability of filename due to the current method of saving tag associations, linking to files would be easy.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I would love this feature, too. And why limit it to drag and drop? The HTML5 spec allows detection of image data that is pasted. This is done very wonderfully in the Ghost blogging software. It would mesh very well with my suggestion here by automatically adding an excluded tag to all auto-embedded images: https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/6112104-exclude-specific-tags-by-default

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I feel like this suggestion is pretty much half of the following suggestion: https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/5915692-text-notes-should-be-editable-by-default

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I can see this being a useful way to migrate initially from hierarchical file management to tag-based management. After using this feature, one could then collapse all of their files into one flat directory and be done with hierarchy for good.

    Although for users who want a hybrid tag+hierarchy setup, I think a better approach would be to allow filtering by folder name (perhaps with a front slash prefix, as tags are prefixed with + when searching in TagSpaces). Otherwise, tagging by folder would be entirely redundant.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    Given that TagSpaces is meant to replace the traditional file browser, it might be more useful to request access to a cmd+i type feature *in* TagSpaces, which someone else has actually already requested:

    https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/5697945-being-able-to-view-a-files-metadata

    Although, I do not think this approach would invalidate your original request. Since the OS supports tagging, why re-create the feature on another layer?

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    The newest version of OSX (Yosemite) has a full featured tagging system which makes TagSpaces somewhat redundant. In addition, it will feature OS APIs for JavaScript in addition to AppleScript, which I think is a fantastic opportunity that makes this proposed integration make a lot of sense. This is similar to the following request, although different enough and more concrete: <https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/5789542-save-tag-data-and-metadata-in-a-separate-file>

    Since this is an open source project hosted on GitHub, and since you have money to throw at this, I think you'd be best off hiring a web app developer to add the feature for you.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I agree with Mac. The whole opening/closing/saving methodology in TagSpaces is outdated - it should have been done like Evernote/OneNote in the first place, where clicking on a file instantly brings up the editor. With the file revision history features that Dropbox and now entire operating systems (Windows 8 and Mac OSX Mavericks and up) have, asking if someone is sure they want to save or delete is unnecessary, since we can just roll back to previous file versions. Of course, I would advocate for letting us switch between the two paradigms, since there are people who might want to use TagSpaces the old fashioned way, and/or who don't have file version history rollback features available to them.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I'm using TagSpaces on a Surface Pro 2, and noticed that they actually DO have this implemented... in a sense.

    If I use my mouse, I must double click on an entry to open it. With touch, however, a single tap opens the file. It would be incredibly simple for them to add an option to turn on single-clicking, as you've requested, since the feature is already there for touch input.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    I looked around to see if there's a generic application that lets you iconify (minimize to tray) ANY application in XFCE, but it looks like it needs to be supported specifically by the application, according to <http://superuser.com/questions/411448/xfce-minimizing-windows-to-tray-iconifying>. I think this is something the TagSpaces developers wouldn't be able to fulfill, however, as they're using Node-Webkit as their development platform. Chances are, you'll have better luck requesting this feature or inquiring about how you could implement it from the Node-Webkit folks directly.

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    Max Pittsley commented  · 

    This would leave out several filetypes, like text-based file formats. I think this suggestion is probably a better approach: <https://tagspaces.uservoice.com/forums/213931-general/suggestions/5789542-save-tag-data-and-metadata-in-a-separate-file>

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