Last active 2 weeks ago
Nice update, Chris. Looking forward to seeing what you've done!
I like this model.
I can't tell if it's for new users, existing, or both, but I'd feel so much better paying separately for support. I'd get more use out of DoogiePiM, too. The existing support is great, but with all software, I tend to run into things I don't hear others discussing, no one's saying my issues are known or common, and I forget basic computing concepts. With that, anyone patient enough to support my efforts to use their software deserves a raise (although it's worth much more than the cost). Thanks Chris, for all you do.
OK, I created a new database & imported my 1,300 bookmarks but the folders weren't included, just deleting duplicates & bookmarks with weird looking characters tonight. I'll file tomorrow. If all goes well, I guess I should move everything else over to this database?
Yes, my backup bookmarks appear in a different order than I left them, too. I'll create a new database tonight & do as you suggest. I imported only upon initially setting up, but since , have been cleaning them, up, manually.
Thank you Chris, for your prompt assistance.
Also, whenever I open the program and go to Bookmarks, I'm missing a particular folder - always the same folder and I keep finding it filed incorrectly, buried layers deep inside several subfolders. ( all of my top level folders are in alphabetical order and there are very few of them, it is one of these folders.)
Tonight , I don't see it at all. I backed up twice during my last session but have yet to find it, and using Search brings nothing up. Thanks, Sarah
I'm in the process of organizing my bookmarks from various dates, devices and browsers.
Not all sub folders are showing, though, so when I try to delete what appears to be an empty folder, it won't let me (thankfully). I move these empty looking folders to a 'Delete' folder I created in Bookmarks, but the next day, they contain sub-folders & (more) bookmarks.
Thanks to the protective features & flexibility of DoogiePIM, and since this is a casual, personal project with no deadline, this is not a major problem, I just wanted to let you know it's happening.
Perhaps a web-to-pdf or htm capture/edit/annotate tool, or the ability to keep whatever parts of the page we want & delete the rest is asking a lot, but I know I would get a lot of use out of it.
Web to pdf seems almost commonplace, nowadays. Many apps & browser extensions for this are available, but I prefer to keep my related information in DoogiePIM, where I have the most functional options available for my needs.
I'll try pasting or exporting from one of these apps into documents & see what happens.