How do I specify the location Tomboy is to use to store the notes? I am on 10.10 (Maverick).
Edit: Somebody posted the right answer but now it seems to have been deleted. From memory: it has to do with editing your /etc/profile with a secret line that causes a new location to be used. Then you reboot. Your old notes will not be transferred over but you can move them over manually from the "hidden" location which is what I did after I deleted the annoying "default" notes. Deleting default notes seems to not have caused disastrous system problems so I think they are just like any other notes. But if you get problems, just don't use Tomboy. To get off Tomboy you can print your notes, courier the papers to a company that will OCR scan them. Then you can then import them into software that is EXPLICIT about the location they are stored. There are probably other ways that probably don't involve paper.