CherryTree Configuration

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Description:

Over the years I have bounced around different organizers such as TreeNotesDB, OneNote, CherryTree, GoogleDocs, etc. This is my settings for CherryTree:

To Resolve:

  1. Open up preferences and configure:

    Text and code:
    Uncheck Automatic indentation

    Rich Text:
    Custom Background – #CCFFCC and #0B0909
    2017-08-21: Changed to #0BAF0B – green / #2A2828 – grey and #06FAED for links
    Miscellaneous = Uncheck show white spaces and highlight current line

    Plain Text and Code:
    Style Scheme – Oblivion
    Uncheck show white spaces and highlight current line

    Tree1:
    Custom Background – #0B0909 and #CCFFCC
    Use selected icon = terminal
    Nodes on startup = expand all

    Tree2:
    Tree Nodes Names Wrapping Width = 200

    Fonts:
    Change all to verdana, normal, 12
    Linux = Waree Book 12

    Links:
    Change all four to equal #058200

    Miscellaneous:
    Saving – Check Autosave every 10 minutes and autosave on quit. Uncheck the Create backup copy
    Misc – Uncheck all three options

    Finally, go to View – Show/Hide Node Name Header to turn it off.


Themes:

  1. So what you do is just switch so the contrast is the opposite between Rich text node and the tree node.

    • Light green and black:
      • Green (Rich Text) – #CCFFCC
      • Black (Tree background) – #0B0909
    • Another green and black:
      • Green (Rich Text) – #618B61
      • Black (Tree background) – #1D1D1D
    • Favorite So Far:
      • Green (Rich Text) – #23B14D
      • Black (Tree background) – #272526
    • Obsidian:
      • Gray (Rich Text) – #E0E2E4
      • Black (Tree background) – #293134

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