mitchellm wrote:Here's an example of how structure could be included: any links made with a one-way arrow indicate the base of arrow is "parent" and end of arrow item is "child."
What if A has a one-way arrow to B, B has a one-way arrow to C, and C has a one-way arrow to A?
(On the contrary, if structure matters so little to you, why offer OPML support? Why not go whole hog with your beliefs and forego OPML?)
Purely because it's a common format and it's easy to support. If users feel this particular export option is of limited use, though, or that it implies that Scapple is the sort of app that it is not, I would certainly consider dropping it.
I realize I was a bit unclear about the notes issue. In Tree Outliner I can have outliner "items" plus add "notes" if I want within each item. If I export to OPML, then import into Scrivener, I get a binder that is structured according to my outliner OPML, PLUS any embedded notes are positioned as text within a particular binder file. It's very sweet and nice.
Ah, like in OmniOutliner. Scapple avoids that whole title/note paradigm and just has individual notes.
All the best,