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### 16.3 Version 11.2.0

Date: 06 Jan 2023

For Display purposes, tags will often appear in italics, above the title field, and without any identifying label. When tags appear in this way, they are now clickable, and clicking on a tag will take you to the Tags tab on the left side of the Collection window, will reveal all of the Notes having that tag, and will hide any Notes that might otherwise have appeared above the selected tag. In other words, clicking on the tag for a Note will quickly show you all of the Notes with that same tag.

##### Added Custom URL Command to Expand a Tag

Notenik’s Custom URL Scheme now includes an Expand command that will expand the given tag, as shown on the Tags tab.

##### Hash Mark in the Search Field restricts Search to Tags Field

When performing a simple search using the search field in the toolbar, prefixing the search text with a hash mark (‘#’) will cause Notenik to look only in the Tags field for the search string.

##### Note Selector Now Supports Matching on Tags

When using the Note Selector, the user may now start the identifying text with a hash mark, indicating that the following characters should be matched against the Tags field, rather than the Title field.

Powerful new Import Settings are now available when importing data from a CSV or tab-delimited file.

A Donate via Ko-fi… menu item has been added beneath the Notenik menu. Selecting this item will take you to the Ko-fi site, which will allow you to make a small donation to support my work.

##### Improved HTML recognition

Improved the ability of the Notenik Markdown parser to recognize a block of HTML. A block starting with a script tag was not being recognized. This has been corrected.

##### Title Field Now Checking for bad characters

Notenik will now ensure that a Title field is not allowed to contain any carriage return or tab characters.

##### Changes in the Handling of Collection Titles

Several changes were made in the way Collection Titles are formed, and the ways in which they are used. See the new Collection Title page for details.

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