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xx On-top notes are ignored in multi-notes selection
« Thread started on: May 28th, 2017, 11:29am »

I try now to understand how should work this "snapping" feature (multiple stickies selecting function with Shift+RMB).

When I press the {Shift} key and click the RMB button on a sticky which has an attribute [On top], only nearby located notes with the same [On top] attribute are selected, but regular (non on-top) notes are ignored. It works vice-versa too, when I hold the {Shift} key and click the RMB button on a regular note (one without the [On top] attribute), it selects only those notes in the series which have no [On top] attribute.

Can anybody confirm? Is it a bug or feature? Is there any option to select the both [On top] and not [On top] notes together during the single operation?

BTW could anybody explain me in short words the exact meaning on the options "Snap distance" (default value is "10") and "Snap gap" (default value is "2") on the [Genera] tab of the settings dialog? Well, I more or less understand what they for (it is noticed in the dialog and in the Manual too), but I'd like to get clearer understanding, for instance, what exactly do these two numbers "10" and "2" mean.

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xx Re: On-top notes are ignored in multi-notes select
« Reply #1 on: May 29th, 2017, 09:57am »

Bulk-selection includes notes of the same status - only those which match the same on-top setting. That's in an attempt to be helpful - and no, you can't modify the way it works I'm afraid.

Snap distance is the space between a sticky and a neighbour before it's snapped together ... and then snap gap is the distance between two notes when they have been snapped together. Set the second to be zero, and there will be no space at all.

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