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Properly manage filenames #4

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silverhook opened this issue Dec 21, 2013 · 5 comments
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Properly manage filenames #4

silverhook opened this issue Dec 21, 2013 · 5 comments

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@silverhook silverhook commented Dec 21, 2013

I'm using ownNotes to write .markdown (which is the proper extension for it, not .md) files on ownCloud, which are then further processed into a blog using Pelican.

Therefore I need the filename extensions to be intact.

Currently ownNotes adds .txt to whatever the user enters in the first line of the note.

This in turn changes e.g. ownnotes-test.markdown into ownnotes-test.markdown.txt, which messes things up for me.

What's more, ownNotes sometimes shows the extension and sometimes not — this adds further confusion.

In order of my preference, here are some solutions:

  • actually show and use the full filename (preferably in a separate field or with a line drawn between or something visual);
  • add to options which file extension to use (e.g. .txt, .markdown, .note, custom);
  • just change the hardcoded settings to append .markdown instead of .txt.

P.S. Thanks for the wonderful app(s), BTW 😸

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@silverhook silverhook commented Dec 21, 2013

Another annoyance I found is that if you try to change the base of the filename in ownNotes, it rename the extension (back) to .txt.

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@brvier brvier commented Jun 15, 2014

I ll add option for next version.

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@silverhook silverhook commented Jun 19, 2014

@khertan: You rock! 😸

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@brvier brvier commented Jul 13, 2014

No sorry, all my sailfish applications development are suspended currently.

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@silverhook silverhook commented Jul 13, 2014

Oh, well. I’ll wait.

Unless it’s a very easy fix and I can try it myself.

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