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    Anonymous commented  · 

    To a degree, one can open file "natively" which gives a terribly small subset of what you want.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Take the director(y/ies) storing your data in TagSpaces, and check it into your choice of version control programs. I understand you would like an easy button for this built into the app, but this really doesn't diiffer what people who write software and the documentation do on a day to day basis.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I completely agree. How sad is it that an application named "Tag Spaces" cripples itself by using said implementation for its tagging. Even if XMP does not meet your needs, consider storing the tags in some small sqlite database or something external. The filename, even on its length, puts a severe constraint on the tagging of this app.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am not sure. Noting that I've seen SummerNote within tagspaces exhibit issues with saving data, if this assures me it is being saved, I'm all for it. It automatically doing so isn't a problem either, but I suppose that gives some additional challenges for the development.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    It appears TagSpaces uses SummerNote as its editor for rich text. While the editor is pleasing to the appearance, I am noting a lot of issues on function. Selecting sections of text and expecting the formatting to work does not work correctly. Additionally, examing the code it generates isn't exactly clean (a single line of HTML).
    I don't know why I would need a terminal command to define this, but the option of using different editors would be nice. Having looking at other tools in this space, I can think of better editors (at least at what they generate) being much cleaner. KeepNote and Zim do well, but I don't think they have the same level of "pretty" that Summernote has per se. Perhaps the author of TagSpace could keep an eye out for Remarkable as well http://remarkableapp.net. Hopefully, it can have the same level of cross platform that SummerNote can.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Manual linking of files does not seem intuitive enough. Additionally, it isn't too portable if you move your files to another location on another host (especially if absolute paths are used). If sections are not possible, then the way, say KeepNote does it would be a last resort by specifying some unique identifier of the document or some such. Regardless, I'd like to link to a subject *in the document* instead of the document itself.

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