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New notes use last-set prototype
If using in-place editing, creating a new note in outline initially sets its prototype to none.
If not using in-place editing, creating a new note in an outline initially sets its prototype to the default prototype – the prototype most recently used.
Previous to v4.7.0, because in edit-in-place when creating a note in place the prototype is set before giving the user no means to override the default. When not editing in place, the initial setting is merely a popup menu button setting, which the user can override without consequences.
Regardless of default settings, when editing outlines, you can easily set the prototype for any note by right-clicking the outline icon.
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