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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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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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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By-Product: genealogical viewer

As a by-product, our Condensr now offers its optimized display also for family tree data. If your genealogical application allows export into the standard format of Gedcom 6.0 XML, you can import the entire set into our proven split pane view. No need to leave

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