Dynamic Notes: Notes Editor
The note editor is used for working with the note database and looks like this:
Notes editor parameters
Each sticker has a record shown as a separate line in the list. It consists of several columns:
The number of a note in the database (1, 2... etc.).
The first line (header) of a note which helps you find the necessary note in the note editor.
The information about the mode of a note. The following variants are possible
depending on the date and time settings of particular note:
Date & Time
Weekly, Set Time
Weekly, No Set Time
The current status of a note. The following variants are possible:
On the Desktop - The note is on the desktop at the moment.
OK - The note is not displayed, but stored in the database.
Editing - The note is being edited in the advanced mode.
Show Later - The sticker is in the "Remind Later" mode.
Notes Editor features
You can use the note editor to create new notes,
show, edit and delete existing notes, the database for stickers. You can see the
following buttons in the notes editor:
Opens the "Add New Note" (clicking the "Add New Note" button on the toolbar
does the same).
If you click this button, the note will appear on the desktop regardless of
its settings. This button is available if a note is selected in the list and is
not on the desktop or is being edited.
Opens the "Edit Note" window. This button is available if a note is selected
in the list and is not being edited. You can also open this menu by double-clicking
the necessary sticker in the list.
Deletes the note from the database. This button is enabled if some note is selected.
Use this item to save the text of the note to a text file.
Use this item to print the text of a note. When you select it, the dialog box where you can set
the necessary print parameters will be displayed. You can select the font and add a signature in the
This button opens the search dialog box. To find a note, enter a word or a
phrase into the "Find What" field and click the "Find" button. If the program
finds a note containing these words, it will be selected in the list. To continue
the search, you should click the "Find Next" button. Select the "Match Whole String Only"
checkbox to search the whole phrase; otherwise the program will look for each word separately.