Feature Requests / Suggestions

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109km
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Wed Dec 13, 2017 2:16 pm Post

Curved lines/arrows

I do really need this feature ! And I l think all the features listed above are really useful ones.

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geekyMary
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Sun Jan 28, 2018 5:53 pm Post

auxbuss wrote:
geekyMary wrote:1. Tabs. It would be so awesome to be able to keep several maps together in one file.

The Apple Merge All Windows works in Scapple now (as it does in S3). It's not multiple maps in one file, but easy tab-switching between separate maps.


Really? In El Capitan? Scapple 1.3? I'm not seeing it.

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auxbuss
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Sun Jan 28, 2018 7:38 pm Post

geekyMary wrote:Really? In El Capitan? Scapple 1.3? I'm not seeing it.

I'm using High Sierra, but I suspect it works in Sierra. I believe the OS-level tabs stuff started with Sierra; can't remember.
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Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:00 pm Post

1) Fix upside down/inside out Scrivener display bug in MacOS version (workaround by importing as PNG is a PITA)
2) Allow drill-down into other Scapple files. Example: File one displays character relationships. Click/Double-Click on a character and see character arc flow in file two.
3) All user to edit file from within Scrivener pane

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merdel
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Sun Apr 01, 2018 3:02 pm Post

Hi, I love working with Scapple!
Is it possible to use two arrows between two notes, so I can connect in one way with a labeled arrow and with an other line with a different in the other way?
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EndlessLoop
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Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:03 pm Post

LostInTheTrees wrote:
Second, and this is a lot more trouble, make "stacking" a persistent characteristic. This could mean cells in a stack could be dragged to another position in the stack and the stack would "re-stack" in the new order. Also, when a stack is surrounded by a magnetic shape, when the stack is added to, the shape should expand to contain the new element. I use stacking a lot because it is the only way to create indented content. For me, a stack is one note in multiple pieces and should be kept intact.

-Bob


Reviving this sentiment a few years down the track. This (especially the dragging order bit) would make Scapple near perfect for me. I also use stacks a lot, and reordering can be pretty fiddly. Dragging would be fantastic.