General Software Discussion / Re: For the love of all that is holy stop the ctrl+MouseWheel text scaling - SOLVED« on: February 19, 2021, 12:12 PM »
nice! same complaint here, same mouse.
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zettlr also has a toolbarIs there a way in obsidian to get a toolbar for markup?I'd suggest just using Typora as your front end until Obsidian has its WYSIWYG editor. They both update fast, meaning they can be used at the same time.-BGM (December 31, 2020, 08:41 AM)-Dormouse (January 03, 2021, 02:14 PM)
For navigating, I basically use the sidebar where the files are listed, and the graph webbing view. I like the graph view, but can't really say I use it too much. I look at it there to see how things are connected. However, neuron has a view as a tree hierarchy that does another kind of similar view which I like better.I prefer Obsidian to navigate my contentWhich features of Obsidian do you use when navigating?-superboyac (December 04, 2020, 12:44 PM)-Dormouse (December 07, 2020, 08:12 PM)
I'll take a crack at this one. How soon did you need it by?yesterday!! LOLLL jk-skwire (December 12, 2020, 10:14 AM)
Have we mentioned Zettlr yet?Oh yes, discussed a lot. I prefer using Zettlr to write my content, fyi. And then I prefer Obsidian to navigate my content. And ultimately, I prefer Neuron to display my content on a website.
It is a notebook app with markdown designed for writers.
I haven't tried it yet, but I've downloaded it and plan to preview it. (I'm still using TreeDBNotes because I've never found a suitable replacement)-BGM (December 04, 2020, 10:09 AM)
Just out of curiosity …
What are people doing with all this information they’re curating and cataloging with these various pieces of software? To what purpose? Or maybe even: to what avail?
I’m more curious about the individual “business” use cases rather than the supporting technology. Technology and solutions that offer varying degrees of utility aren’t that difficult to run down. God knows there’s tons of software out there. But the reasons to employ said technology can sometimes be less obvious. At least to me.
So help me out. What is/are your goal(s). What’s it all for? What are you guys doing with all this information you’re gathering?-40hz (November 14, 2020, 10:58 AM)
yes that worked! i had to modify a couple of things, but mainly i had to add the full path.I think the problem is in the workingdirectory-superboyac (October 11, 2020, 04:08 PM)
Sounds like systemd can’t find the script.
Check the full path of the neuron directory. Is anything missing? Is user1 inside another folder?
for example, try:
for your working directory entry.-40hz (October 12, 2020, 06:09 PM)
For neuron, this would work, but if you change the title of the note (like the title INSIDE the note or the title meta) then the html filename won't be updated. So the original html filename stays the same.If you don't want the headache of renaming html files constantly....use the ID.md filenamesI use PhraseExpress shortcuts to produce the zet style date/time UIDs, one in a ###### header. I can then add any title text I want either before or after the ID. Any text expander should do this.
If you want a descriptive html filename...use a descriptive md file.-superboyac (October 05, 2020, 12:43 AM)
So, I can have descriptive titles and UIDs in the same title.-Dormouse (October 06, 2020, 04:54 AM)
Use title IDs when you want truly future-proof link IDs that work on any text editor. However, note that this comes at the cost that you are willing to rename them (manually or using a script) across your Zettelkasten if the title ID of any of your notes changes.
Do you sync the MD files to neuron or Github? And does the github repo have to be public?I didn't want to use github because I don't like the way it syncs. Also, I don't know how to sync my local server files with github, as I have neuron running on a local server.-wraith808 (October 04, 2020, 03:51 PM)
Pico theming is pretty complicated. I'm currently using Skull on my site, and really like it. I tried pure for a while, and it's not bad, but skull was more to my liking. Ohters I tried, were clutter, dimension, notepaper (example), and story (example).Now I'm looking at Grav. I heard it's like Pico but better in some ways.
I was seriously thinking that NotePaper was going to be it- I had it up and running on a different site. But I found the concepts of the theme constrained how I published, and didn't really like it. But you're right, because of the use of twig, it's a bit more complicated that it seems, even if a lot more powerful because of it. Once you get it down, it's pretty easy, though.-wraith808 (October 03, 2020, 07:02 PM)