alt m move nodes is one of my most used and favorite functions in legend. It is the most convenient tool I have ever used to organize messy text content. I am used to writing all kinds of things throughout the day in my daily notes. Very messy, all kinds of content are in it. I can easily write anything that may not be related to each other. Because of the existence of the mobile node function. I can send all kinds of messy content to it very conveniently and quickly. The place to go. Efficient and easy to use. A shortcut key of alt m satisfies the four functions of moving, copying, linking, and mirroring. It covers all my needs for sorting out the messy content. In terms of sorting out the messy content, legend is for me It is a perfect product.
However, in terms of using the saved resources to organize new content. I think there is still a lot of room for improvement in legend. Perhaps in this regard, there should also be a big killer like mobile nodes. For example, “reverse move nodes”
Maybe it is possible to develop such a function “reversely move a node”. Its shortcut can be set to alt shift m or other. Its usage is the opposite of alt m to move a node. At a, alt m can search for b, and then put a (move copy link Mirror) to b. And alt shift m can search d at c with alt shift m, and move the content of d (move copy link mirror) to c. I have written many commonly used small article fragments. When I am writing When I have new content, I need to create a new pane to search for related tags. Find the article fragments and drag them to new articles for reuse. This is actually a bit troublesome. Because the operation steps are a bit more. And various article fragments are scattered in In various places, and in various labels. It takes more steps to find them.
[[ blacklink can handle some of these problems relatively easily. But it is only convenient in some places. For example, it is more convenient when the article fragments you reuse are in the new content and do not need to be changed. But many times you need to put the content After citing it and making various modifications, it can be turned into a new article and put it in word and then sent to others. The [[ blacklink function will allow you to modify the new article part while modifying the original article fragment. This will introduce more complications, which are not easy to handle. So instead of using this method, I prefer to use the first method with more complicated steps.
If you use alt shift m “reverse move node” function will solve this problem perfectly. At c, you can not only link/mirror the content of d to c. You can also move/copy the content of b to c It is convenient to organize new content. At the same time, it is very convenient and elegant to integrate (mirror and link functions into one shortcut key again) So far, you can use two shortcut keys in legend, so that you can freely use any text to facilitate move to wherever you need to go.