A ctrl+f type search function for finding all occurrences of a word or phrase that scans all texts such as cards, notes and character sheets. For example, if you decided on a certain name for a location, it would be helpful to be able to find all references to that location. If you later want to change that name, you can then more easily find and change the name everywhere. --- I would love to see a search feature added to the notes. I have a rather long list of spells for my fantasy novel, but I can't quickly search for the spell I need. Instead, I have to read through the list each time I go hunting for the magic I need. I'm certain this would be useful for other writers as well as they look for certain words within their notes. Thanks.
1. A project search by keyword might be helpful. 2. A project FIND/REPLACE would be VERY helpful! For instance, if I change a character’s name (as often happens), instead of hunting and pecking for every place I used it, it would sure be nice if I could use FIND/REPLACE and change the name wherever it appears. 3. A button or something for inserting a separator into an editable box (solid or dotted line, or something.) 4. Another cool feature would be the ability to import ‘mind maps’ into the project somewhere—even just as a picture. For instance, when I create a mind map using, say, Scapple or Minddomo or Mind Maple, I can export the file as a .PNG or PDF. If Plottr had a tab for storing and/or displaying such pictures, then I would be able to keep everything together in Plottr. 5. While in CHARACTERS, instead of scrolling through all the characters (some books have many, many characters), it would be nice if a little search bar would scroll as I type the name I’m searching for. Or, and maybe also, a dropdown list of the created names, or tag colors I’ve given the characters. Say, for instance, I give all the ‘good guys’ a blue tag and ‘bad guys’ a red tag. Then clicking the tag color would bring up only those characters. Just some thoughts. Thanks very much and keep up the great work you’re doing. The sky is the limit with what you’ve created!