You can also set an “Auto Save Time in minutes” that will automatically save
your Notes File a certain number of minutes after it becomes “dirty”. By default,
this is set to 10 minutes. You can disable Auto-Save entirely by setting this to 0.
The “Default Note Background Color” button is a Color Set Button that works
just like the controls used for setting the Text and Highlighter Colors (see
). This is the Background Color that all new Notes will have when they
are first created. It can be changed on a note-by-note basis (See
if you have a typical color you prefer, you can set it here and avoid changing it on
every Note. By default, this color is sort of a “Sticky Note Yellow” color.
Note: Changing the “Default Note Background Color” does not affect the
Background Color of any existing note. It only sets the default for newly created
In the future, plans are being made to allow multiple Notes Files to be opened
simultaneously, with one being the Primary (Read/Write) Notes File and the others
being Secondary (Read-Only) Notes Files, with ability to display them all in a
combined form in the Scripture Browser.
Also, a method of editing, combining, splitting, exporting, etc, Notes is being
pursued and is planned to be added in the future within this Notes File Settings
Additionally, you can share a Notes File between multiple computers, using a
network share or something like Dropbox. However, be careful not to have
multiple computers making changes to the same file at the same time. If you do,
you risk corrupting the contents of the file and/or losing the data from whichever
computer saved its changes first.