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Since each note is unique to a user, why can't there be a column in your Joomla backend component where the notes are listed to have a user_id column so you know which notes belong to who?


Although it does sound snoopy, it's just a good way to keep track of the notes. I'm assuming it's possible since there is a field in phpmyAdmin. :-)


Also read the thread above mine. We both have conflicting ideas but we also both state good points. :-)
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Daniel Dimitrov
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I can add that to the next version. (as you noted the field is already there, just needs to be shown)
Daniel
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