v1.4.14 on Mac (El Capitan)
This is a little all over the place but here are my initial thoughts:
Personally the card titles annoy me because I use the card up one rung in the tree as the title, but I can also see how they’d come in handy if I was using it differently. Also I have some very sprawling trees and the title text gets smaller than the body text pretty quickly which half defeats the point of having a title.
I’d definitely like it to be a feature I can turn off though! Not least because importing my trees from the web app to the desktop means all my cards’ first lines are now titles when they were just all body text stuff.
Command L etc creates the new card where I’d expect but it’s not automatically open for editing which is pretty annoying/disruptive - I’ve never not wanted to write in a new card I’ve created this way!
Think other people have mentioned copy/paste-ing text not working.
A help window/option/something with a command cheat sheet would be useful. I mean I know a bunch from the web app obviously but some aren’t implemented yet and some I can’t always quite remember so having to go online to look them up is a minor frustration.
Personally I like being able to drag and drop my cards when I’m reorganizing so I’d appreciate that feature. Particularly for moving stuff around in a thesis which definitely has a “I will need to include this somewhere but not sure where yet” section.
sections don’t have a scroll bar but nor do they wrap, plus they kind of hang over the edge of the card oddly. And I use them for code and stuff so there are some pretty long lines
For Kevin’s root card discussion I like the idea of having all your trees on one page BUT in that case I’d also like the option to show/hide trees. I have a some that are completely unrelated to each other (e.g. my thesis and a recipe database) and I don’t want to have to see them all cluttering up my screen all the time. Also it’s going to make scrolling through a level/rung might get weird and confusing.
(fwiw I also like the idea of being able to use root cards for tree-wide preferences)