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    Sean commented  · 

    I also am wanting this feature. Here are a few ways to make it even more useful.

    1. Add a menu option for right-clicking on items, called "Copy Alias"

    2. Add a menu option for right-clicking on items, called "Paste Alias" This would paste the copied item and its children on the next line below the cursor. This alias item would look and behave exactly like the original, and changing the item or its children would update in both the original and the alias. However, the alias item would have an icon next to it showing that it is the alias of the original.

    3. Add a menu option for right clicking on items, called "Link Alias" This would insert the icon where the cursor is instead of actually pasting the content. Clicking the item zooms the user to the original item.

    4. Control clicking the alias icon opens a new pane which is zoomed into the original item.

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    Sean commented  · 

    Another way this could be done would be:

    1. Add a menu option for right-clicking on items, called "Copy Alias"

    2. Add a menu option for right-clicking on items, called "Paste Alias" This would paste the copied item and its children on the next line below the cursor. This alias item would look and behave exactly like the original, and changing the item or its children would update in both the original and the alias. However, the alias item would have an icon next to it showing that it is the alias of the original.

    3. Add a menu option for right clicking on items, called "Link Alias" This would insert the icon where the cursor is instead of actually pasting the content. Clicking the item zooms the user to the original item.

    4. Control clicking the alias icon opens a new pane which is zoomed into the original item.

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    Sean commented  · 

    I also am wanting this feature. Here are a few ways to make it even more useful.

    1. Add a menu option for right-clicking on items, called "Copy Alias"

    2. Add a menu option for right-clicking on items, called "Paste Alias" This would paste the copied item and its children on the next line below the cursor. This alias item would look and behave exactly like the original, and changing the item or its children would update in both the original and the alias. However, the alias item would have an icon next to it showing that it is the alias of the original.

    3. Add a menu option for right clicking on items, called "Link Alias" This would insert the icon where the cursor is instead of actually pasting the content. Clicking the item zooms the user to the original item.

    4. Control clicking the alias icon opens a new pane which is zoomed into the original item.

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