I agree with you on using bulletpoint's "note" for multiline text, this is how I've been storing long formatted paragraphs of text this way
The only problem I had with it is I can't copy+paste large snippets of code / text at a time. I've just simply decided to throw that all on github instead and manage it there.
For longer spans of writing I decided to just try something like medium or wordpress where I can write markdown naturally
suggestion for handling long formatted blocks of text
@Viktor_Papara I'm not 100% what the solution you proposed was even after reading everything above. But I do understand the problem that you've outlined.
I personally would like something like this instead:
Bulletpoint's "Notes" are nice that it gives you more a traditional microsoft word doc / markdown feel of writing. Bulletpoints by themselves don't really do this
By letting users add a
--- to collapse bulletpoint's note, it makes lengthier text spans more flexible. They can append information afterwards so you know what information you collapsed.
Unlike bulletpoints though, these
--- follow the following rules:
- Can only be 1 level deep at most
- It collapses information to the end of bulletpoint's note, OR until it finds another
- An note's children thats collapsed has some identifier on it like a (+) sign on it
I'm sure this is doable with an implementation like Piotrs Power Pack