Really Hide Your Views

Hiding views in Notes with the parenthesis around view names can be circumvented using Ctrl+Shift and opening the...

database. I've had times when this is not acceptable. A fairly straight forward way of really hiding the view is to give the view only an aliase. ( i.e. "|aliaseName" ) This will keep the view from showing up in any mode, but still allow it to be accessed programatically.


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