So everyone’s helpful advice inspired me to (again) attempt to actually do some things in Tinderbox. So I created a map, and a bunch of notes, some of them in containers. And then I switched to outline view, where I dragged a note out of its container to the main outline. And then I switched back to map view, and the note was GONE.
Well, actually it wasn’t, it had just rematerialized in a part of the map that wasn’t visible at the particular zoom level I was using.
This particular file is trivial, only a couple dozen notes, so eyeball searching for the missing note worked. But obviously it wouldn’t be so easy in a larger map, and obviously much of the utility of map view is lost if you can’t find the notes you were just working with in another view. Having to resort to the search function seems silly, given that I already know what note I want and have already located it in the outline.
So, given a note in one view, what is the fastest way to locate it in a different view?