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I found the free Journal Keeping program called RedNotebook and I have this idea I could use it to organize references to SC4 content online. I've hidden the right-side Tags Pane since it seems useless and I've turned off the Word Cloud since it's just a cluttered mess. Then I randomly picked Jan 01, 2000 to create an Index to the Tags I'll use. (This is all fleshing out the idea atm.) I've tagged some entries with #SC4_Mapping so when I search for that I get a list of just those entries in the left-hand pane. Here I'm searching for a word within a tag. And here's this entry in Edit Mode as I'm creating it. Notice each of the picture linkys are on the web itself. This lets me see they are still there with viable links. I paste the same linky twice then edit the top one to display as an image within RN (RedNotebook). The 2nd link is so I can either click it to open a browser tab with it or copy and paste it to someone in chat. So far the only bug I've found is that this silly program does not understand multiple carriage returns for spacing things out. So, I use a dot and that works ok. Anyhow, when I first started adding linkys to the mapping tools I put them on the date of their upload or last modified date. Since I feel this could work as a nice searchable index to all the SC4 tools I'm wondering if I ought to just arbitrarily pick years starting from 1900 (the oldest it will allow) and just say 1901 is for map stuff. 1902 for lot stuff and so on. Any thoughts on this? (I've attached my RN data files to this post in case someone wants to test drive the concept.) data.zip