Make an Annotation with Links, Notes, Tags v2

So basically, I was just wondering how best to run an advanced search – one that would be based on just select tags (to find files based on convergence of select People / Issues). Make sense?

I hear you, and I totally appreciate that. For me, I typically save (or convert) my files as PDF so that I can annotate them. So, the date of the original document (i.e., it’s publication date) doesn’t necessarily match the date the document was converted / saved as a PDF…and as wonderful as your script is, I don’t think it would be able to make that distinction, correct?

Anyway, I thank you for your suggested fixes! That’s really helpful. I assume that there are particular reasons why the dates of document are crucial to your workflow…

That’s also super useful… Is there any easy way to permanently keep the “None” tag from re-emerging?

Gotcha. That would be useful, but I assume that would mean overhauling the script to accommodate more tag fields, right…? I’m not suggesting that – just wondering.

I’m not sure which version of the script this refers to…and if it suggests I’ve been using the wrong version! I hope not. I think the version I’m using comes from this part of the post:

[url]Put up Example page]

Are you referring to some other script? If so, does this other script you’re referring to still comport with the ‘one thought - one notecard’ approach (as Bill de Ville described it? I ask because it seems like you’re suggesting a move from a more granular tagging system (i.e., the one here) to one that includes using large chunks of text (in order to provide a fuller context). Is that correct?