Version 7.3.0 of Notenik includes a handful of helpful improvements.
Improved Seq and Level Defaults for Drag and Drop
When pasting an item (such as a URL) into a List sorted by Seq, and when the drop point is between existing rows, Notenik will now do a better job of setting reasonable defaults for both Seq and Level for the new Note.
Improved Recognition of Parent Realm Folders
Notenik allows you to drag a folder to be opened onto its app icon in the dock. That folder can be either a Notenik Collection or a parent folder containing Notenik Collections. Before this change, if a folder contained a single text file named
robots.txt, then that would be treated as a Note, and so the folder would be opened as a Collection. After this change, such a folder will be more productively treated as the object of an Open Parent Realm command.
Parent Realm Folders Now Appear on Open Recent Menu
After you execute the Open Parent Realm command (either explicitly via the
File menu, or implicitly by dragging a folder onto the app icon), the Parent Realm folder will now be added to the the
Open Recent menu, making it available to be easily reopened later.
Streamlined New Collection process
It seemed a bit confusing to have so many different options for creating a new Collection, so I’ve combined them. Now there is just one
File menu option, that says
New Collection…. This option walks you through several screens where you can pick a location, pick a name, and pick a Collection type, and then shows you the Collection Preferences screen where you can make any final adjustments to the configuration of your New Collection.
Saving Security-Scoped Bookmarks
Notenik has been enhanced to try to extend the life of access permissions for Collections assigned Shortcuts, so as to reduce the number of times a user has to re-authorize access to a folder. See Tailor Collection Preferences for info on assigning a Shortcut to a Collection.
Undo Provided for Note Deletions
If you delete a Note by mistake, then you can use the Undo function (beneath the Edit menu) to undo the deletion, with the only caveat being that any note attachments will not be restored.