I’ve just noticed (be kind – I’ve only been using DT for 12 years…) that if you don’t choose either Dock or Menu Bar for the Sorter, then it manifests as a floating popup. This is useful, because on a large monitor the Sorter is too far out at the edges for more than the occasional very short note.
But as a standalone popup, it becomes a lot more viable to take longer notes – e.g. annotating a web page/kindle document and so on… or it would be if the size of the popup wasn’t fixed. As it stands, the viewport is just too small and it doesn’t respond to window sizing and positioning commands from apps like Rectangle.
I can understand the logic for this with the other two methods (or for the clipper and other variants) but with the standalone Take Note window, it would be helpful to treat it as a ‘proper’ window.
Use case example: I find something I want to annotate in Safari there and then:
- Shortcut to activate the note and add the URL
- Arrange the Note window and Safari comfortably using Rectangle etc
- Start taking notes…
At the moment, you have to create the note in DT3, then open it in a separate window and then rearrange the windows.
Obviously, this is not essential stuff, but perhaps it could be considered as an addition to the Wish List of Infinite Depth?