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Quiver for Mac gets a hefty update

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Posted by Paul Korm
Feb 12, 2015 at 01:47 PM


Steve,  I found a trick with the Code cell that results in a backdoor folding text result.  If you have a Markdown cell (or create a new Code cell and assign to it the Markdown language type) then any line that begins with # can be folded.  Code cells give line numbers to each line, and lines beginning with “#” characters have a little triangle next to the line number that folds the text in the lines following the “#” line.  Like I say, it’s a trick—not a highly developed folding feature.

Bill:  Since you have a direct line to Oliver ;)  Here’s a suggestion—It would be really useful to be able to select several notes (contiguous or discontiguous) in the middle panel and have a composed preview of all those selected notes in the right panel.  Some folks call this a “Scrivener view” after that feature in Scrivener.