fira posted in Ideas 5 years ago


I have been thinking about this for a few days...It could be a popup when you hit a key, or a slide out menu type thing. 

There could be different tabs, that could be customizable. 
Lets say I was making SnoCones and needed paper. But I keep forgetting, I could write down under current tasks that I need to find a paper tree. 

After wandering about for an hour and not finding one, I find a paper tree in Scribes Weld. I would write that down. 
Or if I just find a really cool street and want to remember...I could write that down too. 

Just a thought. 
Yes I know real life notepads exist. 

fira


Kabatika replied 5 years ago


I second this idea! 


Kabatika replied 5 years ago


I second this idea! 


Skymaw replied 5 years ago


Yeah, it might be nice to have a place to note down the names of all my favorite streets. I have plenty of energy for teleportation, but I need to know where I'm going. 


Skymaw replied 5 years ago


Yeah, it might be nice to have a place to note down the names of all my favorite streets. I have plenty of energy for teleportation, but I need to know where I'm going. 


falloutjadyn replied 5 years ago


I agree with this! There are some super cool streets I need to remember!


falloutjadyn replied 5 years ago


I agree with this! There are some super cool streets I need to remember!


montuos replied 4 years ago


I used to write such things down on pieces of paper in Glitch, but that was awkward and cumbersome, and I would much rather have an in-game notebook.  I do use text files and also deadtree pages for notes, but whenever I switch to a different computer, they're not there...

I also used to find a lot of vitally-important stuff in that wiki whose sitename I can no longer remember, such as how to make things.  I have a broken fancy pick, and no idea how to repair it.  I have a quest to make sammiches, and no idea how to make buns. :(


montuos replied 4 years ago


I used to write such things down on pieces of paper in Glitch, but that was awkward and cumbersome, and I would much rather have an in-game notebook.  I do use text files and also deadtree pages for notes, but whenever I switch to a different computer, they're not there...

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I also used to find a lot of vitally-important stuff in that wiki whose sitename I can no longer remember, such as how to make things.  I have a broken fancy pick, and no idea how to repair it.  I have a quest to make sammiches, and no idea how to make buns. :(


Ooloi replied 4 years ago


Variation on this idea: Have a way to bind notes together into a notebook (and to add more notes)


Ooloi replied 4 years ago


Variation on this idea: Have a way to bind notes together into a notebook (and to add more notes)


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