这对我来说会好如果它被注意排序顺序创建时间That is what the Newton NotePad did and what the Palm notepad app did — quite sensiblyHowever, what Apple chose to do here was sort by note修改时间哪个是疯了。
If I take notes in a variety of contexts over time, my notes are nicely sorted in historical order — the older notes are further down the list and notes taken at a similar time are in proximity to one another所以我可以用我的时间记忆来寻找东西Paper notepads in the real world work like that tooBut on the iPhone if I ever go back to review my old notes and做任何改变, those notes spontaneously jump to the top of the stackThat has two negative consequences:
After reviewing and revising old notes, my notes are in a random orderGiven that the chronological ordering has been violated and there’s no search feature, you simply can’t find old notes in a large stackIt doesn’t scale the way the Newton/Palm/everybody-else -in-the-known-universe approach does.
If I scroll back to find an old note, revise it, and want to continue scrolling back to look at or revise the next note之前那个……我找不到它Because the note I just changed has moved, it’s no longer adjacent to the one taken before itThis means lots of extra scrolling if I want to try to find the next note in series.
In notepad apps on other platforms, I could easily scroll to the 40th newest note, delete a couple parts of that note I no longer care about, click/tap/button press once to get to the 41st newest note, fix a typo there, click/tap/button press once to get to the 42nd note and read it to refresh my memory, and continue down the stack — reading and revising as I go alongTry doing that with iPhone and you’ll want to throw the thing against a wall.
由于这个“功能”，我不再使用NotesI’ve switched to MagicPad and wish I could just delete NotesYeah, MagicPad has got copy/paste and font stuff, but for me the killer feature was simply that it allowed me via a settings preference to sort by note creation time, which is clearly the正确的默认。
这些都是强项我的iPhone周围没有大量的笔记 - 无论我走到哪里，随身携带一个纸质笔记本，这就是我记录大多数瞬态想法/项目的地方I use Notes on the iPhone mostly for reference material I’ll want to come back to many times (which is to say, over a long enough period of time that I’ll have gone through several paper notebooks over that period), and for very specific temporary material like my airline flight reservation number for a trip.
iPhone应用程序通常至少需要几秒钟启动,有时更多开发人员可以包括一个图像立即加载应用程序启动后,名为“default.png”You can use this as a splash screen (more or less as a title card for the app), or, you can display the empty skeleton of the app’s UI (making it look like the real UI is starting to load, when in fact it’s just a截图一个空的UI）。
I’ve seen third-party iPhone developers complaining that this trick is only available to Apple; they want to use it too它们不能的技术原因是因为应用程序包是加密签名的，所以不能修改应用程序包的内容（在这种情况下，更改default.png资源文件）而不会破坏数字签名Apple could enable this feature for signed applications by providing for a way to specify a dynamic default.png that exists outside the application bundle, somewhere in the application’s private图书馆文件夹中。
The splash/loading screen for the list view is identical to the loaded view and gives no indication when one becomes the other. In note view the background lines blink when the loading screen turns into a loaded screen, but the pre- and post-loaded screens are identical.
Photos, for example, displays a blank list as its splash screen and only shows the individual items (Camera Roll, Photo Library, etc.), after the app has loaded This makes it easy to tell whether the app is loading or has already loaded.
Applying this same design to Notes would reduce frustration with not knowing whether or not the screen is responsive or not upon loading the app (note view would show a blank note, with the appearance of text indicating that it has finished loading).
我也发现了Photos模型 - 你在发布时只看到一个或多或少空的UI外壳 - 是优越的That way, as soon as you see actual content, you know the app is ready to use.
My second issue is how the notes are displayed in list view. There are up to 8 notes listed and the bottom one’s row fits exactly on the screen To use Photos as an example, it only displays 7 full rows, with the 8th row cut off Yes, the number of notes is in parentheses after Notes, but having the last row cut off (Contacts does this as well) would be a nice visual indicator that there is something below to scroll This is a minor quibble, though.
In other words, because iPhone list views don’t show persistent scroll bars (which, on the Mac, provide an indication when there is more content below what is visible), it’s helpful if the row height is such that a whole number of rows don’t fit exactly on screen好建议。