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Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Oct 25, 2022 at 07:42 PM

 

Thank you, very useful!

Dellu wrote:
>Finally, I find a format to make the absolute link visible to all the
>markdown aware apps:

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Oct 25, 2022 at 09:30 PM

 

Ditto!

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
Thank you, very useful!
> >Dellu wrote:
>>Finally, I find a format to make the absolute link visible to all the
>>markdown aware apps:
>

 


Posted by Dellu
Oct 26, 2022 at 06:53 AM

 

This method, unfortunately, has a drawback.

My idea was to make the markdown notes available across the three types of operating systems:
- MacOS
- Android
- IOs

- One way to ship them to IOs is via the Devonthink app on the iPad/iphone. That works really great with the above linking method. But, the Android app fails to get the images (even they are stored within the Vault). It doesn’t understand the above linking method. They need to be stored in the form of ![[]] for the android up to get them.

 


Posted by steveylang
Nov 3, 2022 at 05:16 PM

 

My experience with the community plugins that are available inside the app has been great, no significant bugs or crashes. I’ve never installed any plugins manually downloaded from Github, preferring to wait until they get tested somewhat.

Any piece of of software shouldn’t rely on user-created plugins for core functionalities (someone else had commented), but the Obsidian plugin system and user community has enabled so many new features that would be outside the core app. It’s great to be able to really customize the app for your own needs.

I have around 20 plugins enabled, and performance of the app is absolutely great. Of course I try to disable and/or delete plugins I’m not using, but the main hindrance of unneeded plugins is some take longer startup time than others (there’s an option to show plugin startup time which is handy to weed out any offenders.)

MadaboutDana wrote:
Agreed; I’m always wary of plugins, and try to install no more than 3 in
>any given plugin-supporting app. But Obsidian’s core plugins are already
>more than sufficient for most purposes. And the quality of some of the
>“community” plugins is remarkably high.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Nov 7, 2022 at 11:19 AM

 

Speaking of Obsidian plug-ins, I’ve just been reading a rather nice article on using Obsidian as a replacement for Ulysses:

https://thesweetsetup.com/turning-obsidian-into-my-perfect-writing-app/

It’s got some very sensible advice for writers.

steveylang wrote:
My experience with the community plugins that are available inside the
>app has been great, no significant bugs or crashes. I’ve never installed
>any plugins manually downloaded from Github, preferring to wait until
>they get tested somewhat.
> >Any piece of of software shouldn’t rely on user-created plugins for core
>functionalities (someone else had commented), but the Obsidian plugin
>system and user community has enabled so many new features that would be
>outside the core app. It’s great to be able to really customize the app
>for your own needs.
> >I have around 20 plugins enabled, and performance of the app is
>absolutely great. Of course I try to disable and/or delete plugins I’m
>not using, but the main hindrance of unneeded plugins is some take
>longer startup time than others (there’s an option to show plugin
>startup time which is handy to weed out any offenders.)
> >MadaboutDana wrote:
>Agreed; I’m always wary of plugins, and try to install no more than 3 in
>>any given plugin-supporting app. But Obsidian’s core plugins are
>already
>>more than sufficient for most purposes. And the quality of some of the
>>“community” plugins is remarkably high.
>

 


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