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Posted by bvasconcelos
May 18, 2020 at 09:52 PM

 

By automatic wiki linking I mean the mode in which every name corresponding to another file appears as a link, regardless of double brackets. I don’t see this popping up anywhere else at all. Which is a shame.

The “new” Tinderbox features aren’t new at all, they are just stuff that should have been there already a long time ago. For a long time, there was a tick box in the preferences to allow [[wiki links]], but it did absolutely nothing. It is also worth pointing out that the so-called “zip links” do not work with markdown or plaint text, only with rtf (which renders it without much worth or use to me).

So, indeed, it must have itched quite a bit.

Speaking of Connected Text… it still remains the best wiki software there is, in my view. And Roam is much inferior to it in terms of features, usability, price, and so on. If only it were easier to use in a mac…

 


Posted by Luhmann
May 19, 2020 at 02:36 AM

 

Both Roam and Obsidian identify “unlinked references”/“unlinked mentions” alongside those that have been deliberately linked, and allow you to link them if you like. (Not sure if this is implemented yet in Obsidian, but I know it is planned.)

 


Posted by Luhmann
May 19, 2020 at 03:24 AM

 

Obsidian version 6.0 gets more granularity - you can now link to markdown headers within a document.

 


Posted by Bernhard
May 19, 2020 at 06:15 AM

 

bvasconcelos wrote:
By automatic wiki linking I mean the mode in which every name
>corresponding to another file appears as a link, regardless of double
>brackets. I don’t see this popping up anywhere else at all. Which is a
>shame.
>

I think that VoodooPad did have it all the time.

 


Posted by Paul Korm
May 19, 2020 at 10:10 AM

 

0.6

Public v1.0 has not been released as yet.

Luhmann wrote:
Obsidian version 6.0 gets more granularity - you can now link to
>markdown headers within a document.

 


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