Although I've got both files and tomboy pinned to my dash, when clicked or otherwise launched, they both open in iconless tabs, distinct from the versions I've got pinned. This started after I ...
I tested it with a Ubuntu 11.10 Live CD x64 and a fresh install on my HDD: After starting Tomboy I cannot logout / shutdown / restart anymore. The menu bar / launcher disappears after initiating the ...
I am able to search my Tomboy notes using Synapse (and using a zeitgeist plugin), after following the instructions here: How do I get Synapse to search my Tomboy notes? My notes also appear in the ...
With gnome-do I could! It's very very useful for me, because tomboy is well integrated in Ubuntu. Why doesn't dash have anything about this?
After moving to Unity, I found that I lacked access to my sticky notes I had created in Gnome using the Sticky Notes Applet. Tomboy is the default option for sticky notes in Unity, and so moving the ...