I’ve been creating a series of new prototypes by copying and pasting (Cmd-C / Cmd-V) existing ones, and I’ve been thrown by TB behavior - not sure it’s a bug but it’s definitely not what I expect!
As an example, I have a prototype “Compétence”, and 4 notes using this prototype.
I want to create a prototype “Connaissance” and use it on one of the notes.
I copy and paste “Compétence” in my “Prototypes” container. I then rename the new note to “Connaissance”, expecting this new prototype to not be used anywhere. I make other formatting adjustments as well.
When I go back to my “Data” container, all 4 original notes now have “Connaissances” as a prototype.
So when copying and pasting a prototype note, Tinderbox behaves as if the new copy is the actual prototype for the existing notes. Which means I need to remember to edit the original prototype to the new value. This really seems counter-intuitive to me. Am I not seeing something obvious, or is it an unexpected behavior.
To be honest, I’m running TB 7.1 on a 10.13 beta (High Sierra) so this might just be a case of beta shakes on macOS’s part.