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Re: Bibdesk-users Digest, Vol 28, Issue 8

Derick Fay
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Yes, now that I look I see it came up in July, twice in May, in March,  
in January 2008, and December and September 2007.

Is there any feature that has been requested more frequently in the  
past year?  Are there any plans for incorporating this in future  
versions?
thanks
Derick


> Yes, this has come up, and if you search the RFEs you'll find several
> closed requests.
>
> Christiaan
>
> On 17 Aug 2008, at 11:43 PM, Derick Fay wrote:
>
>>>
>>
>> a quick further comment - I've also had to resort to renaming groups
>> I'm currently working with so they begin with an underscore to keep
>> them at the top of the list of static groups...
>>
>>> This has probably come up before, but I would like to suggest a
>>> feature: the ability to create a folder hierarchy containing groups.
>>>
>>> Right now, with about 2000 refs., I have 19 smart folders and 47
>>> static folders, related to different papers, course syllabi, topics,
>>> incomplete references that need further info. and keywords, etc.
>>> Things are getting messy.
>>>
>>> Instead of having eight different "syllabus - coursename" groups,  
>>> I'd
>>> like to have one folder "syllabus" where I could stick all eight of
>>> the folders and have it collapsed rather than cluttering up the  
>>> left-
>>> hand pane.
>>>
>>> thanks
>>> Derick
>>>
>>>
>>

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Re: Bibdesk-users Digest, Vol 28, Issue 8

Christiaan Hofman
That's why I refer to the RFEs, because at least one of them explains  
why this can't be implemented.

Christiaan

On 20 Aug 2008, at 5:26 PM, Derick Fay wrote:

>>
>
> Yes, now that I look I see it came up in July, twice in May, in March,
> in January 2008, and December and September 2007.
>
> Is there any feature that has been requested more frequently in the
> past year?  Are there any plans for incorporating this in future
> versions?
> thanks
> Derick
>
>
>> Yes, this has come up, and if you search the RFEs you'll find several
>> closed requests.
>>
>> Christiaan
>>
>> On 17 Aug 2008, at 11:43 PM, Derick Fay wrote:
>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> a quick further comment - I've also had to resort to renaming groups
>>> I'm currently working with so they begin with an underscore to keep
>>> them at the top of the list of static groups...
>>>
>>>> This has probably come up before, but I would like to suggest a
>>>> feature: the ability to create a folder hierarchy containing  
>>>> groups.
>>>>
>>>> Right now, with about 2000 refs., I have 19 smart folders and 47
>>>> static folders, related to different papers, course syllabi,  
>>>> topics,
>>>> incomplete references that need further info. and keywords, etc.
>>>> Things are getting messy.
>>>>
>>>> Instead of having eight different "syllabus - coursename" groups,
>>>> I'd
>>>> like to have one folder "syllabus" where I could stick all eight of
>>>> the folders and have it collapsed rather than cluttering up the
>>>> left-
>>>> hand pane.
>>>>
>>>> thanks
>>>> Derick
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>
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