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So apparently I have The Case of the Missing Note. (Probably a ridiculous problem.) I can't see it through any of the search or filing features, but every time I ...
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    Annoyance at Tomboy Notes


    So apparently I have The Case of the Missing Note. (Probably a ridiculous problem.) I can't see it through any of the search or filing features, but every time I try to recreate it I am forbidden because the name is already taken by the pre-existing (missing) note.


    So after a few dozen "oi vey!"s, I cave and ask anyone who uses this program adeptly to explain this bizarre event and possibly tell me how to prevent it. Halp?

    Edit: If it helps, I only changed what I thought were superficial details, like adding a notebook which is still empty. I'm synchronised with a "Notes" folder within Documents. It is still, sadly, empty.
    Last edited by Karen_R; 07-09-2008 at 12:47 AM. Reason: Forgot some details.

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    Have you had any luck finding the note using "locate"?
    locate <name_of_note>
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