I am creating an organic synopsis for a nonfiction project - it changes - and so am beginning to make a lot of links from the text of this synopsis this to notes in other parts of the document that are relevant. It’s really just to remind me of where I’ve been and where I’m going next.
I have no problem making the links, and when that link is made it is set to `select destination’ so that I can review the linked-to note and maybe add to it. All good. But when I then want to go back to where I was in the synopsis, I find that either way of doing this (hot-key or menu) immediately hoists the outline to the container I am linking from. This means that each time I then have to expand the Outline again in order to make the next link (whenever or wherever that may be). I’ve been with Tinderbox a few years now and don’t remember this before - is it a feature/bug? And is there another way to simply Go Back to the note I have just left and leave the Outline intact?