[chandler-users] preferences panel
mimi at osafoundation.org
Thu Jul 17 11:17:33 PDT 2008
You can search Chandler by hitting Cmd-F (mac) or Ctrl-F (windows/
linux). Or you can type in "/f" in the quick entry field.
As for changing the font size, currently you can't change it. But
just to make sure there isn't a font bug that is setting font sizes
extra small, can you tell me if the Chandler font size is
unexpectedly small? Meaning is Chandler text smaller than text in
your other applications? May I ask which platform you are on?
On Jul 16, 2008, at 8:05 PM, ricardo diaz wrote:
> Thanks Mimi
> I meant about a fast search entry just like the one to create a new
> note. Sometimes -a bit tired- I see de list in dashboard mode and
> it is difficult to identify the note between the others, thats it.
> Also that the font is too small and I can't found how to make it
> Thanks again
> El 16/07/2008, a las 09:02 PM, Mimi Yin escribió:
>> On Jul 16, 2008, at 4:06 PM, ricardo diaz wrote:
>>> I want to tell you how awesome I found Chandler. I've been
>>> looking for such a toll a lot. A flexible one, that allows the
>>> user to keep his mind than backup or search or even organize the
>>> same event but in a different moment of a process.
>>> I am not able to help you developing the writing of the tool, but
>>> I can test it, as a user can do.
>> Hi Ricardo, Thanks for the positive feedback! Looking forward to
>> your help testing. We will need in the coming weeks as we approach
>> our 1.0 release :)
>>> So, I have installed the desktop Chandler 0.7.7 for an intel mac
>>> on 10.4.11 and I can't open the preferences panel.
>> We have yet to implement a centralized preference panel in
>> Chandler, which is why it is greyed out in the menu. However,
>> there are a number of user preferences you can set. You will find
>> them in the File, View, Collection and Item menus.
>> Let us know if there is a specific preference you are looking for
>> that you can't find.
>>> I also noticed that there isn't a search entry that will allow
>>> user not to read every entrance -small font, I can't change it
>>> for a bigger one- or, for example, among many yellowed events for
>>> "later" that, for a fast search, look even for me just like the
>>> other when there are so many starred.
>> I'm not sure I understand what you're describing. Are you looking
>> for a way to narrow your search results? Can you give me an
>> example to illustrate?
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