Auto-link creation upon detecting CamelCaseText in a RTF is fantastic feature. What takes it over the top in my opinion is the auto-generation of a new file by the name of CamelCaseText if such a file does not exist. Clever idea, and extremely useful.
I have a small(?) suggestion/request.
Presently, the newly-created doc has the name of CamelCaseText. If that name ever gets changed, the link is broken. Altering a name happens — for example, one might decide to add a few words to the title to make it more descriptive, whereas the original CamelCaseText was just meant to be a quick link generator.
To preserve the link even when the document’s name is changed, it would be useful if CamelCaseText is added to the new document’s alias metadata. Links work on a document’s aliases, as well as its name.
While it would be neat to have this as a built-in feature, I am also curious to know if this is something that can be scripted, as a manual patchwork solution for the near term. The script would basically search the name(s) of selected document(s) for CamelCaseText, and if found, assign CamelCaseText to the alias metadata of the corresponding document.