This is an approach to keep important notes on the desktop, even if Joplin is in background or closed. It has a basic set of features and some limitations, but might be extended if there is interest (and time) My motivation was to learn about cross-platform development with PySide6 (Qt).
Installation options and further details are on the linked github page.
Ok, the expected behavior would be: After clicking "New Note", a note appears on the top left. I guess that means MacOS is not supported for now. (Until I get the time to figure out how to setup VirtualBox with MacOS.)
I agree and created an issue to track this feature request, but I probably won't have time to work on it. Implementing a custom editor requires some effort. Especially to ensure that it works properly in every edge case and doesn't "destroy" the note accidentally.
Thank you for your swift reaction. I installed the update, but unfortunately couldn't test it because in the meantime i refreshed the Joplin web clipper authentication code and couldn't get Joplin-sticky-notes to forget the old code and ask for a new one. Could you tell me on Linux where should I change that code?
May I still suggest something, the menu option "open in Joplin" does not work, yet, it deserves to be the most accessible one, not only as a menu button, but also as a result of a double-click on the note.