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    marcustiberius commented  · 

    I think it would be nice to be able to require a password to open a brain, even if it doesn't encrypt the brain's attachments. It would especially be nice to be able to password protect brain zips, so that you can upload them as backups without the backup/remote storage service being able to access your information.

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    marcustiberius commented  · 

    It seems weird that Personal Brain doesn't have this option, as pretty much every other PIM software I can think of does. I especially want to encrypt brainzips, so I can upload them with remote backup services and not have to entrust my privacy to the integrity of the service provider.

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    marcustiberius commented  · 

    Also, WHEN you fix this :), it would be nice if you could select other sort by options...say, sort by type, and have it sort by type, then by user defined order. IOW, it would be like MS Outlook is now...you can sort tasks by priority, and then you can still drag them to rearrange the order as you are reordering amoung tasks with the same priority. But if you try to drag a Normal Priority task to a higher order than a High Priority task, it pops right back to where it came from.

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    marcustiberius commented  · 

    Personal Brain USED to have this capability and then lost it?!?! I'll trust that there are good technical programming reasons that I don't understand for it, but do what it takes to get it back! This is a key functionality that is absolutely vital if you want to use Personal Brain for to-do list/task management, among other things, and it is one of the main reasons why despite getting Personal Brain Pro 4 over a year ago, I only recently started getting really into using it as my one all-purpose info organizer. (I now use sorting by thought types to sort tasks by priority, which is ok, but still it's a somewhat combersome workaround for a capability that I should be a given.)

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    marcustiberius commented  · 

    It seems that speech recognition can be used for text entry. I'd also like to at least be able to use it to select and activate thoughts, just like you can do with anything in the normal Vista environment or in the web browser.

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