Whenever I am writing or working with notes, I’ve found it useful to be able to access a “history” of my wanderings through recent notes. Some apps explicitly offer a “History” command. Others offer the function in other ways (in Scrivener, for instance, in the main writing pane there are arrows next to the name of the file. Clicking on an arrow lets me see all notes I was in before the current one (and the other arrow shows notes I was in after it, if I have gone backwards in the sequence).
I can’t find the equivalent feature in Tinderbox. All I can do is Command-’ to jump back one note from my current location. This isn’t the same as being able to see the whole past and select one note from the list. And of course if I have jumped back 3-4 notes, I can’t then jump back to my starting point because there isn’t a forward equivalent to Command-’
Well, no worries. There must be a way to create a history using Tinderbox’s powerful agents, right? I just can’t figure out how to do it.
I’d like an agent that supplies a list of all notes I have visited, in order. Ideally, each item would be an alias of the note, so that I could click on it to return to its original.
Anyone have thoughts on how I could create this? I definitely need your collective wisdom and guidance on this one.