@mib2berlin said in Copy to Note Option:
And another workaround:
You can use drag and drop to add a selection to an existing note.
@mib2berlin Thanks. This one I know about but I'm going to check out your other workaround. I'm not sure I understand the instructions but....
@LonM In Android it's called "launcher activity".
Single app can register multiple launcher activities and offer many icons that could start totally different "views" which actually are parts of the same application.
@mjucker That's right, thanks for clarifying.
The main reason Mail doesn't support markdown is that the devs just haven't had time to work on it yet. Mail is still quite new, so there are a lot of features and tasks we have on the to-do list.
@jacobmoon Hi! Thanks for your feedback about notes.
A number of user-made requests have been made about notes before see here
There's no real roadmap for what is going to happen to notes, but you could vote for some of those topics if you think they would be particularly useful to you.
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@aljamond If you mean what I think you mean, vote for the existing feature request and comment on that thread.
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@Pesala said in Copy to Notes Expandable Menu:
@SVGuss I think it would be easier if Copy to Note created a new note in the selected Notes Folder. It would be similar to Add Bookmark, which currently adds a bookmark to the currently selected folder.
Yes, maybe that.
Hi folks, I started to use Vivaldi recently and encountered the same problem (small font size in the note panel). Current solutions either require editing notes in the full-page note manager (not convenient since I want to write notes side by side to some opened pages) or zooming the entire UI (not ideal since I don't want the UI to waste spaces unnecessarily). This simple (but essential) issue was raised about three years ago, it's hard to believe it hasn't been resolved yet.
Here is my workaround:
(1) Enable the Vivaldi modding support following this guide. Don't be afraid! I assume you all run the latest Vivaldi (above 2.6), if so, the enabling process is very simple - just tick some setting options and select an arbitrary folder to hold the modding files (will be provided below).
(2) Save the below lines into a text file, and rename it to "note-mod.css" (or anything.css as you prefer, you only need to ensure the ".css" extension), you can also adjust the "font-size" (the higher, the larger):
(3) Put this .css file into the folder you specified in step (1), then restart Vivaldi, you will find the font size in the note panel changes!
NOTE: I tested this solution on the latest Vivaldi version (4.3) and it works well. You can also change the font itself besides size, w/ the following lines in the .css (this changes the font to "monospace", you can also choose your own):