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I'm thinking of going primitive, with discursion into zettelkasten

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Dormouse:
the reason that I'm thinking of going back to the []() notation for links) is the [[]] notatation.
-wraith808 (June 22, 2020, 08:06 AM)
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Apparently there's an export plugin being developed to convert all [[ ]] to [ ]( )

wraith808:
That will only help after exported though :(  I'm working on the docs in other tools while it's still in the obsidian vault.

Dormouse:
If I was doing that I might be tempted to take the path of least resistance. It's not essential for what I do - I don't really use the links outside Obsidian.

superboyac:
the reason that I'm thinking of going back to the []() notation for links) is the [[]] notatation.
-wraith808 (June 22, 2020, 08:06 AM)
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Apparently there's an export plugin being developed to convert all [[ ]] to [ ]( )
-Dormouse (June 22, 2020, 02:55 PM)
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Which format is good for what?  [[]] is for internal zettel links, right?  I see []() used more broadly in other applications.  In the zettel context, they should be interchangeable.  Or obsidian should have a feature to deal with the two types.

superboyac:
Using Sublime....
I see this being the optimal solution for Windows users.  Zettlr is still good, but Sublime seems to have more useful features for the links and automation.

edit...and Obsidian is still the best collection viewer.  If I were skwire or someone like that, I'd make a third party tool specifically for visualizing a zettel collection, without any editing features.  Simply a  viewer.

The way i see it, there are a million markdown editors.  I bet Sublime will be the best editor to use overall, I can already tell.
There are NO viewers.  Obsidian is one, but it is not the primary feature and they are going to want to have people commit to their ecosystem it feels.  Same with Roam, which probably has the best viewing features.

Then, I can also see a use for a third tool that can do nifty BATCH processing and editing of the ID/title issues that may come up.  And since it's all text files, a lot of it can be done with regex presets or what not.  SOme kind of snippet tool can be handy here also, a lot of which is built into Sublime features, but also tools like PhraseExpress, etc.


I've been very hesitant to commit to zettel because i first want to know the tools I'm going to use.  I think this will work for now.

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