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Enlarge the document properties window in Notes, or make it resizable.

Viewing field values is restricted to a very small window. Enlarge the window size or allow it to be resizable.

  • Guest
  • Jul 14 2018
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  • Guest commented
    18 Dec, 2019 10:12pm

    While we all wait for something that should have been in the product last century... Get the trial version of this tool and enjoy working with Notes again.


  • Guest commented
    5 Dec, 2019 09:33am

    I feel like this could be accomplished quite easily but would improve the quality of life for devs quite a bit. Definitely +1

  • Guest commented
    7 Aug, 2019 03:22pm

    Dang, I love all the comments.  Great ideas.  Yes, please make it so.  The properties dialog box has so much useful information in it and the people who support the product spend a lot of time working in those little windows.  Not having it Resizable is extremely frustrating.  But I also love the ideas of searchable, exportable, editable and copy-able. 

  • Guest commented
    3 Jun, 2019 03:34pm

    Yes please! Also being searchable and making the animation when dragging the window normal instead of the strange grid above and to the left that we currently get, it looks totally out of place on windows 10.

  • Guest commented
    24 May, 2019 09:35am

    I would like a resizable windows and an export option, too

  • Guest commented
    12 Apr, 2019 04:09am

     Make it resizable and remember the last size.

  • Guest commented
    20 Feb, 2019 05:50pm

    An please make the fields searchable.

  • Guest commented
    29 Jan, 2019 05:53am

    Some things should have been done many years ago. This idea is one of these thing. The content of this idea speaks about frustration of Notes users not being able to check document properties in human manner.

  • Guest commented
    16 Jan, 2019 03:34am

    "Copy" button is preferrable to copy all items details to see / use in text editor.

  • Guest commented
    6 Dec, 2018 02:11am

    Keying up and down arrows to view the next/previous field (without having to hit space) would be nice

  • Guest commented
    15 Nov, 2018 08:33pm

    Vote yes - however, a way to copy to clipboard or transfer to notepad (all Fields at the same time) might be simpler and would be as valuable for me

  • Guest commented
    12 Nov, 2018 07:44am

    Yes Thank you for this.

  • Guest commented
    25 Sep, 2018 09:59am

    Yes, and with Copy/Paste functionality please

  • Guest commented
    27 Aug, 2018 12:02pm


  • Guest commented
    14 Aug, 2018 06:57am

    Also add quick search for the fields. jump on the matching filed name while typing (and only on the frst letter)

  • Guest commented
    12 Aug, 2018 12:53pm

    FYI, the free version of scanEZ from Ytria let’s you do all of these already.

  • Guest commented
    9 Aug, 2018 12:12pm

    As this doc properties change is under consideration, could you link in idea NTS-I-86 too?  The NTS-I-86 idea is in some people's view, erronously filed as already having a solution.

  • Guest commented
    2 Aug, 2018 05:37pm

    I would really love this too! Especially if it can be extracted.

  • Guest commented
    28 Jul, 2018 02:18pm

    Yes, make it possible to highlight text so it can be copied to the clipborad!

  • Guest commented
    20 Jul, 2018 04:39am

    All items (especially the database path name) needs to be selectable.

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