There are many challenges with supporting continuous scrolling between pages. For example, a note can contain pages with infinite size (the default background type), which can be scrolled infinitely within the same page (so you’d never get to the next page). Infinite backgrounds can also be mixed with fixed size backgrounds (including PDFs). There isn’t really a good way to support scrolling through pages in this way. If you have any suggestions, please let us know in the comments!Anonymous commented
It would be really, really, great if this feature would be included.
I had previously been using LectureNotes but unfortunately had to change due to compatibility issues, and so I am trying out Squid. LectureNotes has this very useful feature, and if Squid incorporates it I would consider using it for my note taking/calculations (for which it is annoying to have to click back to see what you wrote at the end of the previous page).
Would it be possible just to allow this feature for non-infinite backgrounds and mixings of non-infinite backgrounds? And also to make it an option in the settings that the user can opt out of? Say if one is using a finite size background and then wants to add an infinite background after it, there could be some warning that the user has to change their settings (i.e. turn off continuous scroll) to allow this mixing.Anonymous supported this idea ·