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    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    u for undo, but don't ctrl+r :) it's shift+r for redo
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    @Inconditus
    wow - this has everything i would've built for myself. great job
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    glad you like it
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    @Inconditus
    how's the building in the clean env going?
    i wanna run it locally and poke at the code
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    hmm getting that error
    maybe it's the version of reactify? Checking package versions...
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    looks like there are several dependencies I forgot to declare ;/
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Ok @Inconditus, I fixed the packaging, so it should be doing sane things. npm install and then make on HEAD should do fine
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    @Inconditus
    i think it's missing the less package from npm.
    but besides installing that manually, it seems like it's working
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    oh yeah, that needs to be npm install -g
    browserify is also needed, but I guess you have that
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    @Inconditus
    thanks so much!
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    you're welcome! Let me know what you think. I'm hoping to get things cleaned up enough for an alpha in the next few weeks
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    @Inconditus
    right now it's syncing to localstorage, right?
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    yup.
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    @Inconditus
    cool, can't wait for the alpha
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    you can setup gist sync (although you'll need to change the GITHUB_AUTH_ID if you want that locally)
    app.notablemind.org has gist sync working. google drive sync will be coming soon
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    @Inconditus
    let me know if i can help the project in any way
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Sure! there's a very rough roadmap here http://app.notablemind.org/#/gist/jaredly/9680269723596b0249a3 . What kind of stuff do you do?
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    @Inconditus
    i'm picking up some react, i've been doing standard django/rails app and basic css/html stuff
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Sounds good. Probably the best thing now is to play with it and tell me when it breaks :)
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    @Inconditus
    will do - also, how do you make a todo item? in github i usually do - [ ] item
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    ah yes, I haven't yet documented node types. there are many. to change an item to a todo, press t t in normal mode. t n changes it back to a normal node, also t c for code, t l for list, and some others
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    @Inconditus
    cool, works also with the visual selections :smile:
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    yup!
    most things should
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Out of curiosity, how did you come upon notablemind? I don't think I've published it anywhere
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    @Inconditus
    i was going to make my own, was looking for a nice tree library for javascript. this was a couple months ago, been keeping track of noteablemind since
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Oh this is great. I stumbled upon notablemind when searching for folding and searching capabilities for Jupyter/ iPython notebook. How is the project related to Jupyter? Did you document on using the iPython kernel already?
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Yup, here's a tutorial. Let me know if anything breaks :) or how the tutorial could be improved.
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Also check out the main tutorial if you haven't yet, to get down all of the ins and outs
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Ok, that is good. Did you see issues when connecting to your localhost? I get "Error connecting to localhost:8888!" although I am able to use Jupyter on "http://localhost:8888/tree#".
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    hmmm are you on the new 3.0 release? I haven't looked into API changes for that yet
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Yes, I am on Python 2.7.6 and iPython 3.0.
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    ok :/ I'll have to look into what changed there, sorry. For now, ipython 2.x works great :)
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Ok, I will set up a virtualenv to test it. But anyhow, I miss the Emacs Org-Mode reference on your starting page. :P
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Works like a charm. I will go into details tomorrow.
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Glad to hear it!
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Did you choose to remove HTML support within Markdown in contrast to iPython?
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Hmmm it used to be in there. If I had a reason, I can't remember it off the top of my head.
    You can use the %html magic if you want
    But if I can't remember why I removed it, I'll put it back in. It's a one-line change
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    The HTML code does not disappear when I evaluate %%html magic.
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    Ah yes that's right. I'm happy to put it back in.
    LukasDrude
    @LukasDrude
    Does the "View Roadmap" link work for you? https://app.notablemind.org/#/gist/jaredly/9680269723596b0249a3
    Jared Forsyth
    @jaredly
    :/. I recently changed es6 transpilers, and there's a lot of things that need a bit of cleanup