There is a feature I really like in TiddlyWiki, it is the riverview of every opened tiddlers. It looks like this :
file file file…
File file file…
File file file
New editors open side by side, when opening a new editor, it opens by defaut at the top of the last one. It allows a “river” view fluider, a different workflow as well.
I am unable to code, but I hope some of you might find this plugin idea usefull as well.
I do not know about a plugin supports this, but I do like this idea since I used Tiddlywiki too
There is a similar plugin called
Sliding Panes which places notes left to right.
But it is not the same, I really prefer the up-down approach. Is it possible to tweak Andy Matuschak mode, somehow ?
Sorry, I don’t know. The Andy Matuschak looks cool by the way
Something like this, maybe, if it still works:
I worked out something like you were asking, though it’s not really exact.
This CSS works on any horizontally stacked panels, though you still have to do at least the first horizontal split manually via the menu (as panels split vertically by default).
Scrolling is also a bit weird, because you’re scrolling vertically through individual notes and the whole note stack.
Also the note titles stick at the top, but not the bottom, so when you scroll back up, notes disappear off the bottom (this is…
You may also be interested in the “Document Spanning” plugin proposal:
A plugin that would emulate what apps like Ulysses or Scrivener can do, by chaining together multiple documents. This might be done by naming the documents sequentially depending on the order they appear in the file browser. If multiple documents are selected they would appear as one document in the editor - with section/page break lines where the documents split. Reordering documents in the browser would automatically rename them. It would also work with documents in folders, so one could essen…
I will look the thread about Matuschak, however the Scrivening view is not what I wanted, it depends on the file explorer, not the notes I have opened.
It might be worth adding your use case to the Document Spanning thread, since the only difference between it and what you want is the scope of which files are included. If someone makes the plugin, maybe they could have an option for “river view”.