[July 8, 2014: Updated with a quick “how to” screen capture at the end.]
I just uncovered another great little feature inherent to Tinderbox 6. You can now add columns and rows to a map adornment.
An adornment is a background feature of maps in Tinderbox, which allow you to fence off or corral specific notes. I was just trying to work out what note-management systems are truly cross-platform. So far I’ve come up with four (note the empty sixth row, just waiting for another entry — please suggest). Anyway, this isn’t an earth shaking feature, but it sure feels handy.
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Here’s how to access the grid properties for an adornment: