Export is the most important.
It is clear that notes play a huge role, since many people save information in them for years. And we really need the possibility of a convenient and universal way to save it.
With Bookmarks, this is familiar and elementary.
But you can do the same with Notes.
And besides that, it would be nice to be able to copy Notes from the Vivaldi Dialog Box to the Vivaldi Bookmarks dialog box, if necessary.
Why might this be needed?
Again, for versatility.
In my case, I have many Bookmarks where I would like to be able to add more extensive comments - that is, make them Notes.
Or vice versa from Notes - Bookmarks.
But now it cannot be done by simple Copy-Paste in Vivaldi.
I wish there was such an opportunity.
Excessive white space on page maybe due to Markdown implementation automatically wrapping line at column 80; could not locate reference in specifications for this hard setting.
I do not believe this automatic wrapping of line should be applied in code blocks.
@luetage said in Add "Move" in Notes Context Menu:
@janrif You can cut the note (Ctrl-X), search for the target folder and then paste (Ctrl-V). This way there is no scrolling involved.
Thank you @luetage. A good workaround & I'll definitely use it until I get lucky w "Move" command request. 😏 It's definitely an improvement for me.
Hi, Thanks for your feature request.
This looks like a duplicate of https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/25339/copy-text-to-existing-note Please vote & discuss at that thread, thank you.
You can use the forum search first to see if you can find similar requests. If that doesn't work, I've catalogued all the requests here.
A more complex note editor could become a killer feature of the Vivaldi browser.
You should take a look at Obsidian.md, that is just a electron app on top of a collection of markdown files.
Features that I'd like to see:
support of Mathjax
full sync options, including pictures etc, storaged locally
Wiki like interlinkings.
@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.