New importer for tagged items

You can now import a list of tab-separated items and tags, via Insert > Launch the Import Wizard > Tagged list. If you want such a list assembled from words and tags of Roget’s thesaurus, this can directly be prepared

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New importer

The new LuhmannImport handles just one single resource (the famous Zettelkasten), but with its wealth of cross references, this is a good example to show and exercise three different formats. See more in my non-technical blog, https://x28newblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/21/zettelkasten-visualized/

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Minor update: more layout functions

In addition to “Make Tree” and “DAG layout”, there is now a function called “Make Circle”. It takes a complex graph and sets aside the simpler patterns such as trees and chains, and arranges the remaining core nodes into a

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New import format: annotations

For my participation in this annotation event, I added a new import format to my tool: a JSON file that we can download from Jon Udell’s site, filling in the url (http://dougengelbart.org/content/view/138/000/) and max, and then

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Christmas release

The new release includes two improvements, both of which should help to better understand complicated argumentation. Support for close reading. Import each sentence of a text as a separate item. This may be particularly useful when used together with the “Bold

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A user question

A user reports that they have inadvertently duplicated some content. ThereĀ is an FAQ “Suddenly, the map scrolled down and a mess of duplicate items appears.” But I was not able to reproduce this error in the newer versions (Release

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Another By-Product: Folder Tree

It is now possible to drop a folder icon on the Condensr canvas, and get a hierarchical view of all of its subordinate folders and their shortcuts to other folders. By default the items are colored by their last change

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