Content Dogears

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In Map, Chart and Treemap views, Tinderbox uses a 'dog-ear' (like the folded page corner) to denote the presence of content; Outline view uses a different method, with content-related variable note icons.

The dog-ear is not interactive, it simply indicates that a note has content. In Map and Treemap views, the dog-ear is bottom right of the note icon, in Charts it is at bottom left of the note icon.

The background color of the dog-ears is the same variable color used for outline icons to indicates the age of the note (since last edit). Originally, the background color of the dog-ear was the view's background color.

Content Dogears


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[Last updated: 14 Dec 2009, using v5.0]

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