CintaNotes Developer wrote:
RSchiaffino wrote:Is there a setting to deactivate the new "add space to tags" feature?
The way I use CN is usually to add levels to existing tags (e.g., the tag "ProjectXYZ" becomes "ProjectXYZ/Questions_Asked/" or "ProjectXYZ/Changes_to_make/", and a space automatically added at the end of a tag means that I have to backspace before being able to add to my existing tag.
note that the feature is not exactly new. CN has always added a space to the end of the Tags field after loading a note into the editor.
However, after saving it with Ctrl+S, the space was trimmed. The change is only that CN now does a better job of ensuring that there's always a space at the end so that you can easily add more tags.
About your use case, I'd second date's question: this only matters for you if the tag is the last one. Are you sure this is a real problem for you, or was it just theoretical? I'd like to hear about your experience of using the latest version. Thanks!
In my case the tag is usually (95% or more of the cases) the last one (and the only one): I assign a tag per note, and only add subordinate tags as described.
I may have several notes per project, and each note uses the tag chain to record its status. So note A may have the tag "ProjectXYZ/Questions/To_Ask", notes B and C "ProjectXYZ/Questions/Asked", note D "ProjectXYZ/Terms/To_Add", and note E "Project XYZ/Terms/Added".
Usually these tags "grow": at first the tag may be sim0ply "ProjectXYZ", then it becomes "ProjectXYZ/Questions", and so on.
It is rare for me to have two tags or more in the same note... as I understand others use CN.
You say the space was added already before... but probably I didn't notice because I saved the note (Ctrl+S).
I'm wondering if whether to add or not a space automatically at the end of the tag field could be made controllable via an option -- that way users who add several different tags could have the application set one way, and people like me who normally use one tag only (and add only subtags) could have it set differently.