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Posted by jimspoon
Apr 27, 2015 at 12:58 AM

 

I’m pretty well hooked on Tabs Outliner for Chrome - http://bit.ly/1GmHsvQ

I used it to keep my browsing sessions in sort of chronological order, but I periodically rearrange the nodes by topic (within a certain time frame).

The problem is, rearranging is by drag and drop only, no reordering by keystrokes.  Plus, of course, it’s not integrated with the outlines I make in other programs.

I’ve tried to find a way to get my Tabs Outliner outlines into other programs, and haven’t hit on a very good solution yet.

I can drag and drop a Tabs Outliner outline or suboutline into MS Word, or a Google Doc, and it appears with proper indentations, but the problem is, but it is not something that the Word Outlining tools can work with.

I’ve tried dragging and dropping the (sub)outlines into Infoqube and Ecco - but the levels and clickable links are not preserved.  Tabs Outliner outlines can also be saved to HTML files, and I’ve tried importing them into Infoqube, no luck.

So, what I’m wondering is -

(1) any ideas on how to get a tabs outliner outline into another single-pane outliner?
(2) are you aware of any other program or extension through which I could export a chrome browsing session (all windows and tabs) into another outliner where it could be manipulated more easily?

 


Posted by jimspoon
Apr 27, 2015 at 12:59 AM

 

sorry for the duplicate post.  there’s no way to delete the duplicate is there?  perhaps Chris can come along and remove the duplicate eh?

 


Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Apr 28, 2015 at 01:08 PM

 

jimspoon wrote:
>I’m pretty well hooked on Tabs Outliner for Chrome -
(...)
>I’ve tried dragging and dropping the (sub)outlines into Infoqube and
>Ecco - but the levels and clickable links are not preserved.  Tabs
>Outliner outlines can also be saved to HTML files, and I’ve tried
>importing them into Infoqube, no luck.

Hi Jim,

Let me look at this…
You will be able to drag-drop such an outline in an IQ grid. Same for an item’s HTML pane.
I should be able to include this in the next interim release.

Pierre
IQ Designer
http://www.infoqube.biz

 


Posted by jimspoon
Apr 29, 2015 at 06:18 AM

 

That would be great Pierre!

 


Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
May 12, 2015 at 06:39 PM

 

Pierre Paul Landry wrote:
jimspoon wrote:
>>I’m pretty well hooked on Tabs Outliner for Chrome -
>(...)
>>I’ve tried dragging and dropping the (sub)outlines into Infoqube and
>>Ecco - but the levels and clickable links are not preserved.  Tabs
>>Outliner outlines can also be saved to HTML files, and I’ve tried
>>importing them into Infoqube, no luck.
> >Hi Jim,
> >Let me look at this…
>You will be able to drag-drop such an outline in an IQ grid. Same for an
>item’s HTML pane.
>I should be able to include this in the next interim release.
> >Pierre
>

In the next version (0.9.26PreRel51), you can drag-drop from Tabs Outliner to an IQ grid to create a list of hyperlinks. You can also drag-drop to the HTML pane or an item.

HTH !

Pierre
IQ Designer
http://www.infoqube.biz

 


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