@Diana_227 Though, I feel obliged to add that being able to open separate windows could be quite useful especially considering the increasing use of multiple desktops. An example use case is that in a desktop, you have your personal notes and a website open in a browser; in another desktop, you open your work-related notes and websites.
As the person who posted the feature request about sidebars, I will say I would value having both. Sidebars and multiple windows would, in my view, be nice to have. However I would be happy enough with one or the other, with my preference being for sidebars rather than multiple windows (I can explain why, but it’s probably just a personal preference thing).
I think it’s important to note that multi-window and sidebar both need the ability to interact fully with content no matter where it is opened. So for example being able to drag-drop from main content window to sidebar content, or from one window to another. If this is not possible, or is significantly more difficult with one approach vs. another, then I would suggest you prioritize the approach that allows the best interaction between the multiple different content/edit areas.
@Diana_227 I’d like to make a request for multiple panels, which I think is different from what is being proposed here. Let me know if you agree.
From what I understand this post is requesting multiple application windows. What I’d like is multiple panels - each fully featured, essentially acting as it’s own “application”, but all within a single application instance. I’d also like to be able to resize and reposition these panels (note I’m not talking about floating panels/windows - just multiple subdivisions of the main application window). Remnote has this feature.
PS: I realize this thread also mentions a sidebar, which in my understanding is a specialized type of panel (usually limited to a certain position, for example). I’d rather just have each panel be fully featured/configurable.