I have been a user of Logseq on my previous Manjaro installation, successfully managing several synchronized graphs across devices. The graph names followed a neat pattern such as “Logseq/Name1,” “Logseq/Name2,” and so forth. I assumed the “Logseq/” prefix was derived from the container folder name.
Recently, I switched to a new Ubuntu machine and opted for the Flatpack version of Logseq due to some challenges with the snapd version, but this is another issue. I’ve noticed a change in the naming convention for the graphs; they now appear as something like “3dda7ac654/Name1,” “de6a9ea4df/Name2,” and so on.
While the functionality remains intact, the new naming convention appears ugly. I recall on my Manjaro machine, initially creating a single graph under “Logseq” and later, when necessary, creating new graphs under it for specific content. I believe I might have removed the directories generated by Logseq for each graph directly under “Logseq.”
I would appreciate any insights or suggestions on how to revert to the previous naming convention or tidy up the current one. Thank you in advance for your assistance.