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\documentclass{article}
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\usepackage{a4}
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\usepackage[latin1]{inputenc}
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\usepackage{verbatim}
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\usepackage{hyperref}
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\usepackage{graphicx}
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\usepackage{longtable}
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%\input{udmath}
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\hypersetup{bookmarks, bookmarksopen,
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  pdftitle={VYM - a tool for visual thinking },
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  pdfauthor={Uwe Drechsel},    
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  pdfsubject={map},
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  pdfkeywords={map, tool},
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  pdfpagemode={UseOutlines},                                 
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  bookmarksopenlevel={1},   
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  colorlinks={true},     
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  linkcolor={blue},
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  urlcolor={green},
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  citecolor={red}} 
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\newcommand{\vym}{{\sc vym }}
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\newcommand{\ra}{$\longrightarrow$}
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\newcommand{\la}{$\longleftarrow$}
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\newcommand{\ua}{$\uparrow$}
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\newcommand{\da}{$\downarrow$}
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\newcommand{\key}[1]{[#1]}
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\begin{document}
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\title{VYM \\ -- \\View Your Mind}
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\author{\textcopyright Uwe Drechsel  }
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\maketitle
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\tableofcontents
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\newpage
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\section{Introduction}
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\subsection{What is a \vym map?}
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A \vym map (in short words {\em map}) is a tree like structure:
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=12cm]{example1.png}
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\end{center}
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Such maps can be drawn by hand on paper or a flip chart and help to
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structure your thoughs. While a tree like structure like above can be
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drawn by hand or any drawing software \vym offers
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much more features to work with such maps. \vym is not another drawing
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software, but a tool to store and modify information in an intuitive
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way. For example you can reorder parts of the map by pressing a key or
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add various information like a complete email by a simple mouse click.
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\subsection{Why should I use maps? Time, Space and your Brain.}
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\subsubsection*{Space}
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A map can concentrate a very complex content on little space e.g. a
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piece of paper. It helps to use both sides of your brain: the logical
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side and also your creative side (e.g. by using pictures, colors and
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keywords in a map, so called {\em anchors}).  It is a technique to
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organize the way you think: It can help you by developing, sorting and
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memorizing your thoughts. 
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\subsubsection*{Time}
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Because you just use keywords and drawings, it is much faster than good
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old fashioned notes. Your brain memorizes things by associating them to
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other things -- a map makes use of those connections and stimulates
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new asccociations. 
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\subsubsection*{Your Brain}
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In 1960 the Prof. {\sc Roger Sperry} discovered that both hemispheres
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of the human brain have different tasks (of course both of them
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basically {\em can} do the same): 
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\begin{center}
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\begin{tabular}{|p{5.5cm}|p{5.5cm}|} \hline
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	Left side & Right side \\ \hline
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	\begin{itemize}
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	   \item verbal speech and writing 
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	   \item numbers
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	   \item logical thinking
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	   \item analyzing and details
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	   \item science
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	   \item linear thinking
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	   \item concept of time
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	\end{itemize} &
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	\begin{itemize}
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		\item body language
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		\item visual thinking, day dreams
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		\item intuition and emotion
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		\item overview of things
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		\item creativity
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		\item art, music, dancing
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		\item non-linear thinking, connecting things
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		\item spatial awareness
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	\end{itemize}     \\ \hline
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\end{tabular}	
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\end{center}
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In our science oriented society we have learned to mainly rely on our
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left side of the brain, the "rational" one. In other cultures,
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especially like the native americans and other "old" cultures, the right
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side is much more important. maps are just one way to stimulate the
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other side and make use of additional ressources we all have.
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\subsection{Where could I use a map?}
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Here are some examples, how you can use those maps
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\begin{itemize}
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    \item to prepare articles, papers, books, talks, \ldots
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    \item to sort complex data
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    \item to memorize facts, persons, vocabulary, \ldots
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    \item to sort emails, files and bookmarks on your computer
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    \item to moderate conferences
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\end{itemize}
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\subsection{What you shouldn't do with a map...}
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A map drawn by somebody shows the way the author thinks. There is
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no right or wrong in the way it is drawn, so there is no way to critize
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it. "It is, what it is" ({\sc F.~Lehmann}).
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%\section{Tutorials}
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\subsection{Internet Ressources} 
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A good starting point to learn more about maps in general is Wikipedia:
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item English: 
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		\href{http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_map}{http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind\_map}
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	\item German: 
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		\href{http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mindmap}{http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mindmap}
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\end{itemize}
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\subsection{Concept of \vym}
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\vym uses two windows: an editor for the map itself and another one for
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notes, which are part of the map. Let's call them {\em mapeditor} and
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{\em noteeditor}: 
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=8cm]{windows.png}
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\end{center}
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Usually you will work in the {\em mapeditor} by just adding new
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branches, moving around and reordering them. The various ways to do this
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will be explained in \ref{mapeditor}. You can store additional
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information e.g. the content of a email easily in a {\em branch}: Just
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type or copy\&paste it into the {\em noteeditor}. Working with notes is
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explained in \ref{noteeditor}
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The map itself has always a {\em mapcenter}.  The
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mapcenter has {\em branches} just like the trunk of a tree. Each branch
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in turn may have branches again.
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=10cm]{branches.png}
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\end{center}
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We will call a branch directly connected to the mapcenter a {\em
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mainbranch}, because it determines the position of all its child
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branches.
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The mapcenter and the branches all have a {\em heading}. This is the
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text you see in the mapeditor. Usually it should just be one or a few
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words, so that one can easily keep track of the whole map.
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In the toolbar above the mapeditor you see various symbols.
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=8cm]{default-flags.png}
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\end{center}
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These are called {\em flags} and can be used to mark branches in the
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map, e.g. if something is important or questionable. 
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There are also more flags set by \vym automatically to show additional
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information, e.g. when a  exists for a  particular branch.
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By default some of these flags are set exclusively e.g. when the \lq
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thumb-up\rq flag is set, then the \lq thumb down\rq is unset and vice
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versa. You can change this default behaviour in the settings menu.
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\section{Mapeditor} \label {mapeditor}
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\subsection{Start a new map}
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After \vym is started two windows will open: the mapeditor and the
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noteditor. Usually you will work in both windows, but at the moment we
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will just need the mapeditor. 
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Select the mapcenter "New map" in the middle of the mapeditor by
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left-clicking with the mouse. It will turn yellow to show that is
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selected. There are several ways to add a new branch to the center:
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item Using the mouse: Open the context meny by clicking with the
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	right mouse button (CTRL-Click on Mac) onto the
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	mapcenter and choose Add \ra Add as child
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	\item Press \key{Ins} or \key{A}
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\end{itemize}
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A new branch will appear and you will be able to type the heading of the
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branch. Finish adding the new branch by pressing \key{Enter}.
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Sometimes it comes handy to add a new branch above or below the current
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one. Use \key{Ins} together with \key{Shift} or \key{Ctrl}. It is also
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possible to add a branch in such a way, that the current selection
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becomes the child of the new branch, which is like inserting it {\em
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before} the selection. This can be done using the context menu.
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\subsection{Navigate through a map}
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\subsubsection*{Select branches}
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To select branches you can use the left button of your mouse or also the
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arrow keys. Depending on the {\em orientation} of a branch type
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\key{\la} or \key{\ra} to get nearer to the mapcenter or deeper
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down into the branches. Within a set of branches, let's call them a 
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{\em subtree}, you can use \key{\ua} and \key{\da} to go up and down. You can
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also use \key{Pos1} and \key{End} to select the first and last branch.
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\subsubsection*{Zoom a map}
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While adding more and more branches the size of the map may become
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bigger than the mapeditor window. You can use the scrollbars on the
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right and the bottom of your mapeditor window to scroll, but it is
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easier to just scroll using the left mouse button: Click onto the {\em
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canvas} itself, the empty space somewhere between the branches. The
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mouse pointer will change from an arrow to a hand, now move the visible
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part of the map to show the desired part.
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If you select branches using the arrow keys, the map will scroll
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to ensure that the selected branch is always visible.
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Working with huge maps, the {\em zoom}-function comes in handy: You can
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use 
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item from the menu View \ra Zoom
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	\item the toolbar buttons 
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		\begin{center}
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			\includegraphics[width=3cm]{zoom-buttons.png}
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		\end{center}	
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\end{itemize}	
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The crossed magnifying lens resets the zoomed view to its original size.
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\subsubsection*{Find Function} \label{findwindow}
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With huge maps there is the need to have a
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find function. Choose Edit \ra Find to open the Find Window:
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=6cm]{find-window.png}
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\end{center}	
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The text you enter here will be searched in all the headings and also in
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notes. Everytime you press the "Find"-button it will look for the next
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occurence, which then will be selected automatically. If the search
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fails, there will appear a short message "Nothing found" or a few
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seconds in the {\em statusbar} on the bottom of the mapeditor.
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\subsubsection*{Scroll a part of the map}
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A very big subtree of a map e.g. a branch with hundreds of childs makes
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it very hard to keep an overview over the whole map. You can hide all
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the childs of a branch by {\em scrolling} it -- this function is also
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often called {\em folding}. Think of the whole subtree as painted onto a
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big newspaper. You can scroll the paper to a small roll, leaving just
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the headline readable.
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To scroll or unscroll a branch and its childs, press the
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item \key{Scroll} key or  \key{S}
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	\item press the middle-mouse button or
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	\item choose the little scroll from the toolbar.
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\end{itemize}
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If you select parts of a scrolled branch e.g. using the find function or
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by using the arrow-keys, it will unscroll temporary. This is shown as a
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scroll with a little hour glass. If the temporary unscrolled part is not
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longer needed, it will be hidden again automatically. It is also
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possible to unscroll all branches using "Edit\ra Unscroll all scrolled
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branches".
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\subsection{Modify and move branches}
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\subsubsection*{Modify the heading of a branch}
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You can edit the heading by selecting the branch and then
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item pressing \key{Enter}
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	\item double-clicking with left mouse.
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\end{itemize}
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Just type the new heading (or edit the old one) and press \key{Enter}.
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\subsubsection*{Move a branch}
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The easiest way to move a branch is to select it with left-mouse and
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drag it to the destination while keeping the mouse button pressed.
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Depending on the branch  it will be
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item moved to the destination or
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	\item {\em linked} to a new {\em parent} (mapcenter or branch)
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\end{itemize}
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If you drag the branch over another one or over the mapcenter, you will
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notice that the  link connecting it to the old parent will be changed to
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lead to the  new parent which is now under your mousepointer. 
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If you release the button now, the branch will be relinked.
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If you release the button in the middle of nowhere, the result will
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depend on the type of branch you are releasing:
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item A mainbranch is directly connected to the mapcenter.
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		It will stay on its new position.
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	\item An ordinary branch will "jump" back to its original position.	
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\end{itemize}
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Thus you can easily rearrange the layout of the mainbranches to avoid
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overlapping of their subtrees.
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There is another convenient way to move branches, especially if you want
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to {\em reorder} a subtree: You can move a branch up or down in a
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subtree by
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item pressing \key{\ua} and \key {\da}
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	\item selecting Edit \ra Move branch
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	\item clicking on the toolbar buttons:
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		\begin{center}
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			\includegraphics[width=1.5cm]{move-buttons.png}
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		\end{center}	
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\end{itemize}
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%tipp
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There is yet another way to move branches: If you press \key{Shift} or
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\key{Ctrl} while moving with the mouse, the branch will be added above
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or below the one the mouse pointer is over. This helps also to reorder a
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map.
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\subsection{The right side of your brain - colors and images}
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\subsubsection*{Change color of a heading}
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You can also use colors to put more information into a map, e.g. use
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red, green and more colors to prioritize tasks. Again you can
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item use the menu and choose e.g Format \rq Set Color
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	\item use the toolbar
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		\begin{center}
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			\includegraphics[width=3cm]{color-buttons.png}
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		\end{center}	
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\end{itemize}
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The first button (black in the graphic above) shows the actual color.
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Clicking on it let's you choose another color. You can also "pick"
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another color by selecting a branch with the desired color and using the
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"pick color" button. Both of the buttons showing a bucket actually put
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the current color to the selected branch. While the first one just
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colors the heading of the selection, the last one also colors all the
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childs of the selected branch.
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%tipp
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A very useful function is the "copy color" using the mouse: Select the
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branch which should get the new color, then press \key{Ctrl} and
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simultanously click with left-mouse on another branch to copy its color
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to the first one. Here the childs of the selection also will get the new
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color, if you just want to color the selection itself, additionally
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press \key{Shift}.
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\subsubsection*{Use flags}
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\vym provides various flags. You see them in the toolbar on top of the
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mapeditor window. (Note: Like all toolbars you can also move them to the
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left or the right side of the window or even detach them. Just grab the
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very left "dotted" part of the toolbar with your left-mouse button.) 
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	\includegraphics[width=8cm]{default-flags.png}
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If you have a branch selected, you can set any number of flags by
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clicking them in the toolbar. The toolbar buttons change their state and
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always reflect the flags set in the selected branch.
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Presently \vym uses two kinds of flags: {\em System Flags} and {\em
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Standard Flags}. The standard flags are those shown in the toolbar.
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System flags are set by \vym to indicate e.g. that there is additional
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information in a note (more on this in \ref{noteeditor}). Later versions
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of \vym may have another kind of flags, which may be edited by the user.
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\subsubsection*{Images}
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The easiest way to add an image to a branch is by dragging it e.g. from a
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webbrowser to the mapeditor while a branch is selected there.
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You can also add a image to a branch by opening the context menu of the
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branch choose "Add Image". A
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dialog window lets you choose the image to load. 
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\footnote{Supported image types are: PNG, BMP, XBM, XPM and PNM. It may
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	also support JPEG, MNG and GIF, if specially configured during
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	compilation (as done when \vym is part of SUSE LINUX).}
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While an image is selected in the dialog, you can see a preview of the
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image.	
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You can position the image anywhere you want, just drag it with left
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mouse. To relink it to another branch, press \key{Shift} while moving
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it. To delete it, press \key{Del}. 
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If you right-click onto an image, a context menu will open which let's
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you first choose one of several image formats. Then a file dialog opens
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to save the image. Hint: This is used to "export" the image, it will be
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saved anyway in the map itself! You can also cut and
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copy images, but it is not possible to add objects to an image\footnote{
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	Images are regarded as "extra feature". It would make working with
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	the map much more complex if e.g. images could be linked to images.}
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The option \lq{\bf Use for export} \rq controls the output of exports
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e.g. to HTML: If set to no, the image won't appear in the {\em text}
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part of the output. This is useful for large images or if images are
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used as a kind of frame e.g. the famous cloud symbol around a part of
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the map. Those shouldn't appear in the middle of the text.
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At the moment image support is preliminary: Images will be saved
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together with all the other data of a map in the {\tt .vym}-file.
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Later versions will include more functionality like resizing the images,
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changing its z-value (put it into background) etc.
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\subsubsection*{Frames}
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A frame can be added to a branch by clicking with the
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right-mouse button.  A context menu will open, where you can choose the
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frame. At the moment just a rectangle resp. "No Frame" will be offered,
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nevertheless you can use images as frames. Have a look at the demo map
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{\tt todo.vym} as an example, where the mapcenter is a cloud. You can
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use an external drawing program like {\tt gimp} to create an image,
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preferable with an transparency channel, so that you can design frames
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which don't use a rectangular borderline, just like the cloud.
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\subsection{Background design}
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The design of the background of a map and also of the links connecting
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various parts of the map can be changed by
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	\item Selecting Format from the menu
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	\item Right clicking onto the canvas, which will open a context menu
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\subsubsection*{Background color}
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The color is set (and also displayed) as "Set background color".
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\subsubsection*{Link color}
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Links connecting branches can be colored in one of the following ways:
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	\item use the color of the heading of the branch the links is
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	\item use {\em one} color for all links. The default color is blue.
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	leading to.
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The latter can be set with "Set link color". Check or uncheck the "Use
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color of heading for link" option to choose one of the two designs for
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your map.
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\subsubsection*{Link style}
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\vym offers four different styles for the appearences of links:
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	\item Line
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	\item Parabel
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	\item Thick Line
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	\item Thick Parabel
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The "thick" styles only draw links starting at mapcenter thick, the rest
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of the map is always painted "thin".
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\subsection{Link to other documents}
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Presently \vym supports two kind of links:
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	\item Document, which will be opened in an external webbrowser
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	\item \vym map, which will be opened in \vym itself
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\end{itemize}
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\subsubsection*{Webbrowser}
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Modern Webbrowsers like {\tt konqueror} are able to display various
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types of files, both local or in the internet. To enter the URL of
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any document, right-click  onto a branch or use the Edit Menu
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and choose "Edit URL". Enter the path to your document (or copy and
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paste it from your browser). Examples for valid paths are:
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\begin{verbatim}
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	http://www.insilmaril.de/vym/index.html
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	file:/usr/share/doc/packages/vym/doc/vym.pdf
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\end{verbatim}
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If an URL was entered, a little globe will appear in the branch. By
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clicking on the globe in the toolbar or the context menu an external
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browser\footnote{
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	The browser can be changed in the Settings Menu.}
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will be started.
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=0.5cm]{flag-url.png}
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\end{center}
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If you want to keep bookmarks in a map, select a branch where you want
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to add the bookmark, then simply drag the URL from your browser to the
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map. Also you could use an existing heading as URL: Right click onto the
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branch and select "Use heading for URL".
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\subsubsection*{\vym map}
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To link to to another map right click on a branch or choose "Edit \ra
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Enter \vym link". A file dialog opens where you can choose the map. A
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branch with a link is marked with 
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=0.5cm]{flag-vymlink.png}
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\end{center}
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Clicking this flag in the toolbar or in the context menu of a branch
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will open the map in another tab (see \ref{tabs} for working with
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multiple maps). To delete an existing link, just press the "Cancel"
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button.
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Technical note: Internally \vym uses absolute paths, to avoid opening
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several tabs containing the same map. When a map is saved, this path is
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converted to a relative one (e.g. {\tt /home/user/vym.map} might become
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{\tt ./vym.map}. This makes it fairly easy to use multiple maps on
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different computers or export them to HTML in future.
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\subsection{Multiple maps} \label{tabs}
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You can work on multiple maps at the same time. Each new map is opened
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in another {\em tab}. The available tabs are shown just above the
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mapeditor. You can use the normal cut/copy/paste functions to
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copy data from one map to another.
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%todo
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%TODO
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%\subsubsection{Menus}
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%\subsubsection{Keyboard shortcuts}
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% Settings
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% Images
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% Copy & Paste
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% Exporting
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% Scrolling
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\section{Noteeditor} \label {noteeditor}
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If you want to save more text in a branch e.g. a complete email, a
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cooking recipe, or the whole source code of a software project, you can
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use the noteeditor. 
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\subsection{States}
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Before you can type or paste text into it, you have
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to select a branch in the mapeditor. Note that the background color
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of the noteeditor indicates its state:
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item black: no branch selected
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	\item grey: no text entered yet
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	\item white: text is already available
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\end{itemize}	
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To show you in the mapeditor itself that there is a note with more
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information for a particular branch, a little note flag will appear next
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to the heading of the branch. See the lower branch on the right side:
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	\includegraphics[width=8cm]{branches-flags.png}
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\end{center}
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\subsection{Import and export notes}
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The note is always saved automatically within the \vym file itself.
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Nevertheless sometimes it is nice to import a note from an external file
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or write it. Use "File\ra~Import" and "File\ra~Export" to do so. 
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\subsection{Edit and print note}
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Editing works like in any simple texteditor, including undo and redo
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functions. You can delete the complete note by clicking the
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trashcan. Only the note itself is printed by clicking the printer icon.
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When pasting into the editor using the X11 copy\&paste mechanism, the
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editor will create a paragraph for each new line. Usually this is not
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wanted, so there you can convert all paragraphs into linebreaks by using
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Edit~\ra~Remove~Paragraphs or \key{ALT-X}.
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\subsection{Fonts}
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The noteeditor is ment to be used for simple notes, not really as full
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featured text editor. Because of many requests \vym supports now
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formatted text in the noteeditor\footnote{
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	\vym uses the QRichtText format, which is basically a subset of the
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	formatting provided in HTML.}
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Two default fonts are supported which can be set in the Settings menu.
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One is a fixed width font, the other has variable width. The fixed font
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is usually used for emails, source code etc.\ while the variable font is
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used for simple notes, where one doesn't need fixed character widths.
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Both fonts can easily switched using the following symbol from the
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toolbar:
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=0.5cm]{formatfixedfont.png}
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\end{center}
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In the Settings menu both fonts can be set and also which font should be
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used for default. 
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Additionally to the default fonts any font installed on your system can
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be used. Please note, that the chosen font also will be used for HTML
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exports, so you should only use fonts which are available generally.
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\subsection{Colors and formatted text}
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\vym supports formatted text (QT Rich Text) in the noteeditor since
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version 1.4.7.  Colors and text attributes (e.g. italic, bold) can be
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set with the buttons above the text.  The text itself is divided in
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paragraphs. For each paragraph the format can be set (e.g. centered,
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right). A paragraph is ended when a \key{Return} is entered. If you just
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want to begin a new line, press \key{CTRL-Return}.
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\subsection{Finding text}
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The noteeditor itself has no Find function, use Find in the mapeditor,
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which will also search all notes (see \ref{findwindow}).
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\subsection{Pasting text into note editor}
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Often you will paste text into the editor from another application e.g.
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an email. Normally \vym will generate a new paragraph for each new line.
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This usually is not what you want, so you can choose from the menu
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\subsection{Advanced actions}
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\subsubsection{Edit \ra Convert subsubsections:}
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This turns subsubsections in selected text (or all text, if nothing is
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selected) into linebreaks. This is especially useful for snippets of
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source code.
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\subsubsection{Edit \ra Join Lines:}
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Tries to format text, so that empty lines are used to delimit
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paragraphs. This is done for selected text (or all text, if nothing is
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selected). Especially useful for text like emails, meeting minutes etc.
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\section{Hello world}
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\vym can export its maps in various formats and can import data from
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outside (though import is still limited at the moment).
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Also parts of a map can be exported.
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\subsection{Export}
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The format in which the map will be exported can be chosen with
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item File \ra Export \ra {\em format}
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\end{itemize}
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\vym offers both HTML and ASCII export.
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\subsubsection*{Image}
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\vym supports all image formats which are natively supported by the
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QT~toolkit:
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BMP, JPEG, PBM, PGM, PNG, PPN, XPM, and XBM.
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For use in websites and for sending images by email PNG is a good
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recommodation regarding quality and size of the image. \vym uses QTs
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default options for compressing the images.
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\subsubsection*{ASCII}
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Exporting an image as text is somewhat experimental at the moment. Later
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this will probably done using stylesheets. So the output may change in
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future versions of \vym.
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\subsubsection*{HTML}
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Before a map is exported as HTML, it will be first written as XML into a
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directory (see \ref{xmlexport}). Then the external program {\tt
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xsltproc}\footnote{On SUSE Linux {\tt xsltproc} is installed by
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default.}
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will be called to process the XML file and generate HTML code.
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%A script then will transform the XML
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%version. 
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A dialog allows to set various options:
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\begin{itemize}
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	\item {\bf Include image:} If set, \vym will creat an image map at
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	the top of the HTML output. Clicking on a branch in the map will
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	jump to the corresponding section in the output.
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	\item {\bf Colored headings:}
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	If set to yes, \vym will color the headings in the text part  with the
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	same colors like in the map.
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	\item {\bf Show Warnings:}
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	If set to yes, \vym will ask before overwriting data.
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	\item {\bf Show output:}
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	This is useful mainly for debugging. It will show how the processing of
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	the XML file works by calling the external {\tt xsltproc}.
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\end{itemize}
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Additionally the paths to the CSS and XSL stylesheets can be set. By
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default on SUSE~Linux they will be in {\tt /usr/share/vym/styles}.
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%\paragraph{WIKI style:} This is very useful for easy design of webpages.
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%Here is a short overview:
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%\begin{verbatim}
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%Lines:
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%	+ Big headlines start with the '+' character.
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%	- Small headlines start with the '-' character.
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%	  Normal text doesn't have any starting notation.
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%	! Notes start with an exclamation.
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%	. Indented text starts with a dot.
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%	? Questions start with a question-mark, and
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%	= Answers starts with the equal-sign.
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%	* Points for a item-list
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%	# clues
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%	
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%Links:
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%	use '{...}' or '{(vym homepage) http://www.insilmaril.de/vym/}'
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%	for external links.
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%	
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%Markup:
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%	|This is bold| text, while 
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%	|/this text is italic|, 
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%	|*this is pre-formatted|, and 
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%	|!this is a note|
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%\end{verbatim}
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%
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%\paragraph{Show output:} This is used for debugging. \vym uses an
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%the external script {\tt vym2html.sh} to preprocess the XML-data. Then
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%\vym calls {\tt xsltproc} to generate the HTML page by using various
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%{\tt .xsl} stylesheets and {\tt wireframe.css}. If you run into problems
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%here, changing paths in {\tt $\sim$/.qt/vymrc} might help.
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\subsubsection*{XML} \label{xmlexport}
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The map is written into a directory both as an image and as XML. The
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directory is set in a file dialog. If the directory is not empty, you
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will be questioned if you risk to overwrite its contents.
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It is possible to export different maps into the same directory. Each
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file generated will have the map's name as prefix, e.g. {\tt todo.vym}
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becomes {\tt todo.xml}, {\tt todo.png}, {\tt todo-image-1.png} and so
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on. This is useful if e.g. for a website several combined maps have to
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be stored in the same directory.
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\subsubsection*{Export a part of a map}
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Select a branch you want to export together with its childs, then open
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the context menu and choose {\em Save Selection}. This will create a
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file with the postfix {\tt .vyp}, which is an abbreviation for \lq vym
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part\rq.
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\subsection{Import} 
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At the moment \vym can read a directory structure. This is mainly for
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testing \vym e.g. to easily create huge maps used for benchmarks (yes,
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there is still room to optimize \vym ;-)
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Many other applications meanwhile can export their data using XML, so
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volunteers to write import filters are welcome.
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Also parts of a vym map ({\tt .vyp}) can be imported.
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\subsection{File format}
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\vym maps usually have the postfix "{\tt .vym}" and represent a
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compressed archive of data. If you want to have a
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closer look into the data structure, just uncompress the map manually
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using
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\begin{verbatim}
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	unzip vymfile.vym
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\end{verbatim}
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A directory named {\tt vymfile} will be created containing further
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directories both for {\tt images} and {\tt flags}. In the {\tt vymfile}
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directory you will find the map itself, usually named {\tt vymfile.xml}.
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This file can be loaded directly into \vym, it does not have to be
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compressed. If you want to compress all the data yourself, use
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\begin{verbatim}
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	cd vymfile
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	zip -r vymfile.vym .
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\end{verbatim}
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\subsubsection*{Importa part of a map}
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Select a branch where you want to add a previously save part of a map
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({\tt .vyp}), then open
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the context menu and choose {\em Add \ra Import}. For the import you can
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choose between {\em Import Add} and {\em Import Replace}: The imported
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data will be added after the selection resp. replace the selection.
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\section{Advanced Editing}
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\vym offers a few shortcuts to let you work more quickly and literally
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to connect any branches directly.  
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\subsection{Modifier Modes} 
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Modifiers are for example the \key{Shift}- or the \key{Alt}-keys. When
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pressed while doing actions with the mouse, they will cause \vym to use
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a "modified" action. E.g. you can move branches with mouse. If
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\key{Ctrl} or \key{Alt}is pressed while releasing the branch, it will be
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added above/below the target, not as child of the target.
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Without a modifier pressed, the first click on a branch just selects
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it. For the behaviour of the \key{Ctrl} modifier there are several
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options, which can be set from the modifier toolbar:
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=3cm]{modmodes.png}
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\end{center}
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The default  is to copy the color from the clicked branch to the already
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selected branch. In the toolbar shown above the default modifier is
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selected, namely to copy the color of a branch. The second modifier
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let's you easily copy a whole branch with a single click. The third
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modifier lets you create {\em xLinks}, which will be explained in the
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next section.
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\subsection{XLinks}
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So far all the data in the \vym map has been treelike. Using xLinks you
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can link one branch to any other, just like attaching a rope between two
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branches in a real tree. This is especially useful in complex maps,
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where you want to have crossreferences which don't fit on the same
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visible area, which fits on your screen. The following example, which is
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part of the \vym package, still fits on one screen, but shows how data
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can be crosslinked. In the graphics there is a link from a task (prepare
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a presentation) to general information:
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\begin{center}
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	\includegraphics[width=12cm]{xlink.png}
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\end{center}
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Note that a xLink which points to a branch that is not visible (because
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it is scrolled), is just show as a little horizontal arrow. In the
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screenshot above have a look at the \lq Tuesday\rq\ branch.
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\subsubsection{Create a xLink}
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Choose the link mode from the modifier toolbar (by clicking or pressing
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\key{L}). Select the branch, where the xLink should start. Press the
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modifier key \key{Ctr} and simultanously click on the branch where the
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link should end. (The link is already drawn before you release the mouse
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key). If you release the mouse over a branch the xLink becomes
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permanent.
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\subsubsection{Modify or delete a xLink}
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Open the context menu of a branch and select \lq Edit xLink\rq. A
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submenu contains all the xLinks of the branch (if there are any). They
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are named like the branches, where they end. Choose one and
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the xLink dialogue opens, where you can set color, width and also delete
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the xLink.
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\subsubsection{Follow a xLink}
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In a complext \vym map it sometimes comes handy to jump to the other end
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of a xLink. You can do this by opening the context menu of the branch
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and clicking on \lq Goto xLink\rq and selecting the xLink you want to
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follow.
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\subsection{Adding and removing links}
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The context menu of a branch shows some more ways to add and delete data
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e.g. you can delete a branch while keeping its childs. The childs become
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linked to the parent of the previously removed branch.
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Similar branches can be inserted into existing maps. For keyboard
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shortcuts also have a look at the context menu.
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\section{\vym on Mac OS X}
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\subsection{Overview}
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Basically there are two ways to run \vym on Macs:
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\subsubsection{QT Mac Edition:}
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	\vym here provides the well known Mac look and feel.  \vym is
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	available as zipped Mac OS X application. It has been compiled and
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	tested in Mac~OS~10.3, but should also work on Tiger. It is using
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	the Mac version of Trolltechs QT library.  
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\subsubsection{X11}
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	\vym can also be run using the Linux version, but then menus and
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	handling will also be those of the Linux version e.g. The menu bar
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	will look different. 
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\subsection	{Contextmenu and special keys}
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Most Macs unfortunatly just have a single mouse button. In order to show
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the context menu which usually would be opened with the right mouse
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button, you can click while pressing the \key{kommand}-key.
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Especially on Laptops some of the keys usually used on PC keyboards seem
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to be missing. The QT-Mac Edition of \vym has its own keyboard
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shortcuts. To find the shortcuts just have a look at all the menu
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entries, the shortcut is visible next to an entry. Toolbar buttons also
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may have shortcuts, just position the mouse pointer over a button and
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wait for the little help window to appear. 
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\subsection {Viewing external links}
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\vym on Mac uses the system call {\tt /usr/bin/open} to view links.
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Mac~OS determines automatically if the link is a pdf or www page and
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opens the right browser.
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\subsection{Compiling \vym on Macs}
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Please refer to the documentation available on the internet:
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\begin{center}
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\href{http://www.InSilmaril.de/vym/faq.html}{http://www.InSilmaril.de/vym/faq.html}
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\end{center}
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\end{document}
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\section{History of \vym}
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\subsection{Future}
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There are lots of features which might find their way into \vym.
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Together with \vym you should have received a directory with example
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maps e.g. on SUSE~LINUX this is
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\begin{center}
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	{\tt /usr/share/doc/packages/vym/demos}
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\end{center}
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where you find the map {\tt todo.vym}. It lists quite a lot of things to
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be done in future. If you have more ideas, contact the author at
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{\tt vym@insilmaril.de}.
insilmaril@28
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\subsection{Past}
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\input{vym.changelog}
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\begin{center}
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\begin{longtable}{|lcp{8cm}l|} \hline
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Version	&	&	Comment								& Date	\\ \hline \hline \endhead
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	\hline \endfoot
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1.6.8	& - &	Dramatic speedup in some operations 
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				(e.g. move branch up/down) due to extended 
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				undo engine							& 2005-06-07 \\ 
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   864
1.6.7	& - &	Changed default pdf-reader for Mac OSX & 2005-05-27 \\ 
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   865
		& - &	Bugfix: xLinks stopped working in 1.6.6			&\\
insilmaril@104
   866
		& - &	Bugfix: drawing error when using modModeCopy    &\\
insilmaril@104
   867
		& - &	Bugfix: replaced lrint by qRound for BSD ports	&\\
insilmaril@103
   868
1.6.6	& -	&	Exclusive standard flags			& 2005-05-23 \\
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   869
1.6.5	& -	&	removing a branch and keeping its childs	& 2005-05-19 \\
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        & -	&	removing childs of a branch			& \\
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        & -	&	insert branch and make selection its child& \\
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        & -	&	restructured branch context menu	
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				in a basic version (straight line)	& 2005-04-15\\
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        & -	&	New shortcuts  for use on Mac OS X	& \\
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        & -	&	Importing directories generates vymlinks now & \\
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        & -	&	Bugfix: Changing linkstyle now automatically redraws all
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				links again& \\
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   878
        & -	&	Bugfix: Paste icon is disabled if clipboard is empty &\\
insilmaril@95
   879
1.6.4	& -	&	xLinks (arbitrary connection between 2 branches) works
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				in a basic version (straight line)	& 2005-04-15\\
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   881
1.6.3	& -	&	Bugfix: Saving of selection to a vym part (.vyp)	&2005-03-30\\
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		& - &	Bugfix: Closing the noteeditor by closing its window now
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				also toggles the responding toolbar button. &\\
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   884
1.6.2	& -	&	Introduced Modifier modes: color, link, copy &2005-03-24\\
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      & -	&	Linking branches is basically possible, though it can't
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				be edited/saved yet &\\
insilmaril@88
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1.6.1	& -	&	Optimized moving of branches: much faster especially 
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				with huge subtrees					&2005-01-30\\
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		& -	&	Bugfix: Segfault when loading vym part &\\
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   890
		& -	&	Bugfix: ugly unitialized lines, when 
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				temporary drawn link was moved from a 
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				temporary parent back to canvas		& \\ 
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1.6.0 	& -	&	Added saving of xhtml settings in map& 2004-12-14 \\ 
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1.5.2 	& -	&	Added Import of maps with two modes: 
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				add/replace							& 2004-12-13 \\ 
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		& - &	Added export of part of maps		& \\
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		& - &	Added joining of paragraphs in text editor		& \\
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		& - &	Optimized undo: Only relevant parts are saved, which
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				dramatically improves e.g. moving branches up/down 
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				in most maps & \\
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		& -	&	Bugfix: QTextEdit generates invalid XML code, which
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				could lead to a parse error, if font name contains a \& &  \\ 
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   903
		& -	&	Bugfix: Wrong order of mainbranches in Export	&  \\ 
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   904
		& -	&	Bugfix: zip archive was not deleted before save, which
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				could lead to much bigger files, e.g. 
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				when working on older \vym maps or deleted images&  \\ 
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   907
		& -	&	Bugfix: Printing in Texteditor      &  \\ 
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   908
		& -	&	Bugfix: Wrong URLs in xhtml output				&  \\
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   909
      	& -	&	Bugfix: Segfault fixed at Cursor left/right in empty map&  \\
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1.5.1 	& -	&	More options in xhtml export: external scripts 	& 2004-10-01 \\
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   911
1.5.0 	& -	&	Public release of all changes since 1.4.1      	& 2004-09-26 \\
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   912
      	& -	&	New function to replace paragraphs in note editor
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				by linebreaks, this makes pasted text much nicer& \\
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   914
      	& -	&	New option to toggle exporting of of floatimages& \\
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   915
      	& -	&	z-plane of floatimages can be set (manually only)& \\
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   916
		& - &	Bugfix: Wrong ordering of branches, if mainbranch is
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   917
				exactly left of center& \\
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   918
1.4.7 	& -	&	New Export to XHTML by Thomas Schraitle.	& 2004-09-24 \\
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   919
		& - &	Bugfix: vymLink&	\\
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   920
		& - &	Bugfix: spaces and dots in filenames	& \\
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   921
		& - &	Bugfix: Error message if xsltproc is not installed& \\
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   922
1.4.6 	& -	&	New file format: notes are saved as part of the .xml file
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			& 2004-09-15	\\
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		& - &	Note Editor supports Rich Text now.&\\
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		& - &	Parser now also nows {\tt standardflag} (all letters
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				lowercase)&\\
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   927
1.4.5 	& -	&	Correct handling of font size in Heading			& 2004-08-23	\\
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   928
1.4.4 	& -	&	Selecting with cursor now works between subtrees	& 2004-07-29	\\
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   929
		& - &	Bugfix: vymLink was set to temporary dir in 1.4.3	& \\
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		& - &	Bugfix: & \\
insilmaril@28
   931
1.4.3 	& -	&	Optimisation: Reduced canvas objects by only
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   932
				creating objects for used flags		& 2004-07-19 \\ 
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   933
		& - &	Better visualization of moving branch above/below target&\\		
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   934
		& - &	Find Window informs with dialog, if the search failed&\\
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   935
		& - &	System Flags are clickable now		&\\
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   936
		& - &	Reworked CSS and XST stylsheets (comments, indent, browser
insilmaril@28
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				compatibility)						&\\
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   938
		& - &	vymLinks are shown in statusbar		&\\
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   939
		& - &	current directory is save			&\\
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   940
		& - &	Rewritten load/save to improve multimap handling and
insilmaril@28
   941
				unzipped files&\\
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   942
		& - &	Bugfix: vymLinks don't get deleted 
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   943
				when Cancel is pressed				&\\		
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   944
      	& -	&	Bugfix: Fixed a bunch of bugs in XSL for HTML export&            \\ 
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   945
      	& -	&	Bugfix: More toolbar buttons disabled, if action not
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   946
				possible&            \\ 
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   947
		& - &	Bugfix: Renaming .vymfile now works&\\		
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   948
		& - &	Bugfix: mapChanged set when toggling flags&\\		
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   949
		& - &	Bugfix: CTRL-N was used twice		&\\
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   950
		& - &	Bugfix: Del didn't work on floatimage &\\
insilmaril@28
   951
1.4.2 	& -	&	Bugfix: Float image could not be deleted& \\ 
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   952
1.4.1 	& -	&	Bugfix: Color of branch not saved	& 2004-05-25 \\ 
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   953
      	& -	&	Bugfix: wrong path at HTML export	&            \\ 
insilmaril@28
   954
		& -	&	Bugfix: map is not save with special characters in path&  \\ 
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   955
1.4.0 	& -	&	Ask for confirmation before opening 
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				a map in multiple editors			& 2004-05-17 \\
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		& - &	Save state of note editor (visible/minimized)& \\
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		& - &	Export to HTML						& \\
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		& - &	Author and Comment is saved in map	& \\
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   960
		& - &	Stats are shown in Edit MapInfo		& \\
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   961
		& - &	Changes for OS X port (QCursor, QContextMenuEvent)	& \\
insilmaril@28
   962
		& - &	Bugfix: Fonts from note editor are save now			&\\
insilmaril@28
   963
		& - &	Bugfix: invisible image when parent is scrolled		&\\
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   964
		& - &	Bugfix: Segfault pressing "enter" for floatimage	&\\
insilmaril@28
   965
		& - &	Bugfix: Images can't be outside of exported area
insilmaril@28
   966
				anymore.& \\
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   967
		& - &	Bugfix: Filenames with blanks		& \\
insilmaril@28
   968
		& - &	Bugfix: Old maplink is shown when editing maplink& \\
insilmaril@28
   969
		& - &	Bugfix: always show cursor while editing heading & \\
insilmaril@28
   970
1.3.5 	& -	&	Export map to dir					& 2004-04-16 \\
insilmaril@28
   971
		& - &	Export to any of QTs image formats	& \\
insilmaril@28
   972
		& - &	Also right side of selection is always visible now.& \\
insilmaril@28
   973
1.3.4 	& -	&	Load last maps in file menu         & 2004-04-07 \\
insilmaril@28
   974
		& - &	save last image path for loading	& \\
insilmaril@28
   975
		& - &	Also export standard flags to dir.	& \\
insilmaril@28
   976
1.3.3 	& -	&	Enabled <br> in headings as manual linebreak	& 2004-03-26 \\
insilmaril@28
   977
		& -	&	Heading can be copied to URL		&\\
insilmaril@28
   978
		& -	&	Bugfix: GIFs are automatically converted to PNG now&\\
insilmaril@28
   979
1.3.2 	& -	&	Add and move branches above/below selection, Texteditor copy all,& 2004-03-26 \\
insilmaril@28
   980
1.3.1 	& -	&	Export to directory, changed naming in .vym& 2004-03-25 \\
insilmaril@28
   981
1.3.0 	& -	&	Bugfix: Check if map can be saved at all& 2004-03-23 \\
insilmaril@28
   982
1.2.12	& -	&	Select image format before saving image	& 2004-03-22 \\
insilmaril@28
   983
1.2.11	& -	&	Selecting mainbranches by up/down	& 2004-03-18 \\
insilmaril@28
   984
		& -	&	Export ASCII (experimental)			&			\\
insilmaril@28
   985
		& -	&	Each map can be saved individually at quit	&	\\
insilmaril@28
   986
		& -	&	Bugfix: Opening VymLink crashes QT	&			\\
insilmaril@28
   987
		& -	&	Bugfix: 50\% less objects on canvas	&			\\
insilmaril@28
   988
		& -	&	Bugfix: Ignoring LANG, now always written as UTF8&\\
insilmaril@28
   989
1.2.10	& -	&	Sort Mainbranches by angle to y-axis& 2004-03-16 \\
insilmaril@28
   990
		& -	&	Import directory structure			&			\\
insilmaril@28
   991
		& - &	Fix: Set FrameType of MapCenter while loading map &\\
insilmaril@28
   992
1.2.9	& -	&	Jump to another vym map		        & 2004-03-12 \\
insilmaril@28
   993
     	& -	&	Mainbranches are alwas ordered clockwise   &     \\
insilmaril@28
   994
1.2.8	& -	&	Change frame types in context menu  & 2004-03-03 \\
insilmaril@28
   995
1.2.7	& -	&	Copy / Paste and save Floatimages & 2004-02-25 \\
insilmaril@28
   996
1.2.6	& -	&	Closing vym in KDE now asks for save, too	& 2004-02-24 \\
insilmaril@28
   997
		& -	&	Context menu for branches					&  \\
insilmaril@28
   998
		& -	&	Selection is saved in .vym file				&  \\
insilmaril@28
   999
1.2.5	& -	&	URLs to external links can be added & 2004-02-18 \\
insilmaril@28
  1000
		& - &	All actions are deactived if not possible & \\
insilmaril@28
  1001
1.2.4	& -	&	Images: Can be loaded, saved, relinked to other parents
insilmaril@28
  1002
& 2004-02-16 \\
insilmaril@28
  1003
1.2.3	& -	&	Zoom: Reset and finer steps shrinking/enlarging	& 2004-01-27 \\
insilmaril@28
  1004
1.2.2	& -	&	Editing of links (style and color)	& 2004-01-27 \\
insilmaril@28
  1005
1.2.1	& -	&	Bugfix: LineEdit when adding branch has correct position
insilmaril@28
  1006
				again.								& 2004-01-27 \\
insilmaril@28
  1007
1.2.0	& -	&	Scrolled parts are automatically unscrolled when
insilmaril@28
  1008
				selected and scrolled again later.				& 2004-01-23 \\
insilmaril@28
  1009
		& - &	Bugfix: Save flag is updated when multiple maps are opened& \\
insilmaril@28
  1010
		& - &	Bugfix: Moving of branches is faster and more accurat
insilmaril@28
  1011
				when adding to mapcenter& \\
insilmaril@28
  1012
1.1.7	& -	&	Bugfix: Remember filename of note in noteeditor	& 2003-12-04 \\
insilmaril@28
  1013
1.1.6	& -	&	Find Text also in Notes.	& 2003-12-02 \\
insilmaril@28
  1014
1.1.5	& -	&	Bugfix: Correct setting and positioning when relinking branches	& 2003-11-07 \\
insilmaril@28
  1015
1.1.4	& -	&	Scroll mode added (folding of subtrees).		& 2003-11-03 \\
insilmaril@28
  1016
		& - &	Bugfix: Wrong position of linedit in zoomed view& \\
insilmaril@28
  1017
1.1.3	& -	&	Added clear button in find window, bugfixes    & 2003-10-09 \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1018
1.1.2	& -	&	Links can be colored with color of heading     & 2003-10-07 \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1019
1.1.1	& -	&	Improved visualization of linking to new branch& 2003-09-26 \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1020
1.1.0	& -	&	Find Function							& 2003-09-25 \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1021
		& -	&	Selection always stays in view		& \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1022
1.0.1	& -	&	Find function scrolls to result now	& 2003-09-18\\
insilmaril@28
  1023
     	& -	&	Bugfix: Adding branch with midmouse	&  \\
insilmaril@28
  1024
		& -	&	Bugfix: multiple repositioning of map, 
insilmaril@28
  1025
				when noteeditor was changed (speedup)	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1026
		& -	&	New Linestyles (still hardcoded)		&	\\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1027
1.0.0	& -	&	First public stable release			& 2003-09-16 \\	 \hline	
insilmaril@28
  1028
0.9.0	& -	&	added quick color picker (CTRL + Left Mouse) & ?	\\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1029
0.8.0	& - &	added automatic canvas resizer, removed manual resizing of
insilmaril@28
  1030
				canvas & \\
insilmaril@28
  1031
insilmaril@28
  1032
	& - &	added settings option to paste text into new branch	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1033
	& - &	simplified code	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1034
	& - &	Added heart flag	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1035
	& - &	Choose and switch between fixed and variable width fonts& \\
insilmaril@28
  1036
	& - &	note editor		& \\
insilmaril@28
  1037
	& -	&	Fixed segfault caused by undo and a call of updateNoteFlag of
insilmaril@28
  1038
			note editor	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1039
	& - &	Added settings menu to configure autoselect \& autoedit mode	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1040
	& - &	autoedit \& autoselect mode	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1041
	& - &	Fixed ugly display problem with QT Palette (Klaas Freitag)& \\
insilmaril@28
  1042
	& - &	Reduced temporary directories from 4 to 1	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1043
	& - &	Added wordwrap in printing of notes	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1044
	& - &	New toolbar buttons in texteditor	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1045
	& - &	Set background color	& \\
insilmaril@28
  1046
	& - &	Fixed bug: Flags in toolbar not updated when selecting map center	& \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1047
0.7.0	& - & No more segfault, when an object is deleted while being edited & \\
insilmaril@28
  1048
	& - & Keep focus constant when zooming in/out & \\
insilmaril@28
  1049
	& - & Export as png graphic & \\
insilmaril@28
  1050
	& - & Keep Center of map where it is while zooming & \\
insilmaril@28
  1051
	& - & Added Standard Flags (Smiley, Hook, Stopsign, ...) & \\
insilmaril@28
  1052
	& - & MDI: Multi Document Interface enables working on several
insilmaril@28
  1053
		maps simultanously & \\
insilmaril@28
  1054
	& - & Enabled creating a new map via argument on commandline & \\
insilmaril@28
  1055
	& - & Changed file extension from .mmap to .vym & \\
insilmaril@28
  1056
	& - & noteeditor changes color, if empty or nothing is selected & \\
insilmaril@28
  1057
	& - & Changes in NoteEditor window are recognized by main window,
insilmaril@28
  1058
		too, thus preventing loosing data when quitting the program. & \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1059
0.6.0	& - &	New rendering engine: Faster, no flickering & \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1060
0.5.0	& - & Changed printing to use maximum space on paper& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1061
	& - & Note editor is hidden, too, when mapeditor is minimized& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1062
	& - & New (compressed) file format& \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1063
0.4.0    & - & Size of map is saved& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1064
    & - & Multi Line Headings & \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1065
    & - & Reworked Rendering Engine: Much faster now.& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1066
    & - & Reworked Undo: Much faster now.& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1067
    & - & Enabled moving of map center& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1068
    & - & Multi-line headings & \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1069
0.3.0    & - & Introduced Undo& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1070
    & - & Fixed some bugs & \\  \hline
insilmaril@28
  1071
0.2.0    & - & Moving view of map improved:& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1072
	& - & New handling (acrobat reader style)& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1073
	& - & New mousepointer& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1074
    & - & Several tools to color a map& \\ \hline
insilmaril@28
  1075
0.1.0 & - & Inital version, basic map layout & \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1076
    & - & Data is stored in XML& \\ 
insilmaril@28
  1077
\end{longtable}
insilmaril@28
  1078
\end{center}
insilmaril@28
  1079
insilmaril@125
  1080
%TODO
insilmaril@125
  1081
%\subsubsection{Menus}
insilmaril@125
  1082
%\subsubsection{Keyboard shortcuts}
insilmaril@125
  1083
%Where does vym save its settings? -> ~/.qt/vymrc
insilmaril@125
  1084
insilmaril@28
  1085
insilmaril@28
  1086
% INDEX
insilmaril@28
  1087
% mapeditor
insilmaril@28
  1088
% noteditor
insilmaril@28
  1089
% branch
insilmaril@28
  1090
% mapcenter
insilmaril@28
  1091
% heading
insilmaril@28
  1092
% flag
insilmaril@28
  1093
% orientation 
insilmaril@28
  1094
% zoom
insilmaril@28
  1095
% orientation
insilmaril@28
  1096
% Toolbar
insilmaril@28
  1097
% Zoom
insilmaril@28
  1098
% Find
insilmaril@28
  1099
% statusbar
insilmaril@28
  1100
% link
insilmaril@28
  1101
% mainbranch
insilmaril@28
  1102
% subtree
insilmaril@28
  1103
% reorder
insilmaril@28
  1104
% scroll
insilmaril@28
  1105
% fold
insilmaril@104
  1106
% vymlink
insilmaril@104
  1107
% xlink
insilmaril@125
  1108
% modMode
insilmaril@104
  1109
% context menu
insilmaril@104
  1110
% Mac OS X
insilmaril@28
  1111
insilmaril@28
  1112
insilmaril@28
  1113
insilmaril@125
  1114
\end{document}