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gnote [2021/06/12 15:51]
sotirispap comment on inability to actually open the notes
gnote [2022/01/03 01:48]
delib Added "Menu"-key context-menu instructions.
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 ====== gNote ====== ====== gNote ======
  
-gNote is a notes program for GNOME+gNote is a note writing and editing ​program for GNOME.
  
 ====  Scale to fit: ==== ====  Scale to fit: ====
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  4 of 5 Points, once setting scale-to-fit (app-id is **org.gnome.Gnote** [flatpak] or **gnote** [apt]). Decreasing the left pane width makes it all fit nicely.  4 of 5 Points, once setting scale-to-fit (app-id is **org.gnome.Gnote** [flatpak] or **gnote** [apt]). Decreasing the left pane width makes it all fit nicely.
  
-Notes are designed to open by double-clicking with a mouse, right-click -> open, or keyboard shortcuts ​(you can find them in Menu -> Shortcuts). However, ​neither ​long press will bring up the context menu, nor do the keyboard shortcuts work. Therefore, **you have no real access to notes, and notes longer than a few words are useless!**+GNote commands ​are available in the context menu.  The "​Menu"​ key will raise a context menu, as if right-clicking with a mouse. ​ The "​Menu"​ key is on the Squeekboard on-screen keyboard. ​ To open a selected note, use the context menu, or hit the "​Enter"​ key. 
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 +On a desktop computer notes are also designed to be opened ​by double-clicking with a mouse, or by keyboard shortcuts ​listed ​in Menu → Shortcuts. ​ However, ​when using Squeekboard instead of physical ​keyboard, many shortcuts ​will not work.
  
 ====  How to install: ==== ====  How to install: ====