Well, while it would be nice if wiki links were instantaneous, I myself really don’t care about pressing command+S, since it’s habit anyway and I find myself doing it even in programs that don’t need it. Since DT doesn’t do autosave until you leave a file, I don’t know how easy this would be to change.
Nor did I get involved with the tagging issue. While I can definitely see its import for other users, for me, tagging is no big deal. I don’t bother with tagging much. I dump something into Dt and move on. I don’t want to fiddle much with it, since I’m usually in the middle of other things and just want to get something into DT quickly. Which is why I also love wiki links. And with the amount of information in my dbs, I need DTs ability to ‘remember’ what is there and create these links for me.
For retrieving and organizing information beyond that, I myself am quite comfortable with using folders, DT’s search capabilities, replicants, and, on occasion, the comments field or Dts implementation of smart folders.
But I WOULD like to have the glitchy behavior of DT’s handling of wiki links worked on a bit. Sometimes they work great and other times I have to recreate a file or the like to get them to work, and yes, this is a pain in the butt when I have to stop and fiddle around with this crap to get a link to work properly. And sometimes they don’t work at all and I have to give it up and live with what is.
In other words, they are, well, as I said–glitchy. So, since DT offers wiki links, I feel just fine in asking for improvements in how they work.
So in that sense, yes, I’d like it if DTs implementation of wiki links was more like Voodoo Pad’s, which is non-glitchy and instantaneous and no bother.