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Anybody have ideas on alternative UX/UI for note stacking? Different from this: https://notes.andymatuschak.org/About_these_notes?stackedNotes=zUw5PuD8op9oq8kHvni6sug6eRTNtR9Wqma&stackedNotes=z3ngvUaW5C91hN6gXHqLwFMQ9kD7MNbmtYLyq&stackedNotes=z2gqazXUkf9qyFjMQg4W3dw6yegnAJszvDywN
Actually the skeleton algorithm of Andy's breadcrumbs work great, hough I'm not a fan of that UI -- so I've reimplement it in terms of breadcrumbs, retaining the semantics of stack/list order.
Specifically I used https://fomantic-ui.com/elements/step.html
Do you have some screenshots to show? It sounds interesting
you can run this locally on your neuron zettelkasten (folgezettel links won't be recognized) with https://github.com/srid/ka
the code, which also illustrates pushing dynamic as deep as possible: https://github.com/srid/ka/blob/9e28ce9ac7d252f7d15b13b6a8c0afba2e95fc32/src/Ka/Breadcrumb.hs#L34-L65
(largely done by leveraging reflex simpleList)
Interesting, I like the concept! It's kind of like taking out some physical notes to look at. You can arrange them on a desk, or stack them according to when you viewed it (or whatever order you like). You don't have to view every single note you have, just take out the relevant ones you need, but have the whole 'box of notes' on hand.