I am new to DT (switching from Evernote) and I like it a lot! I am however experiencing an issue now: I am creating markdown notes including hyperlinks that have the following syntax:
So my markdown hyperlink would look something like this
(link)(–www.example.com/:/r/averylongstring) (sorry, cannot use brackets)
So far all good, but when I know click the link in DT, it does not work; the reason seems to be that the DT markdown editor interprets the :p: part of the string, changing the hyperlink into something like:
I could open the document in my markdown editor (I use Typora) and the link still works, but of course I would like to open it directly in DT.
Any suggestions on how to resolve this issue (while still keeping my notes as Markdown notes)?
Actually, I am trying to insert web links to Sharepoint pages; in these Sharepoint web addresses the sequence “colon p colon” or “colon b colon” (without the spaces) is used. The DT markdown editor appears to interpret these sequences as a special character or an emoji, which I want to avoid as this screws up the web link (so actually when this sequence is part of a web link, the markdown editor should not consider it as being a special character or an emoji). I hope I am a bit clear here…
glad to hear another user of typora and devonthink, what i’m missing more is the lack of support of markdown diagram inside DT, mainly the integration with mermaid
i use it a lot in my development works, for documentation purposes
It’s hard to tell whether these links are really valid, could you send an example document to cgrunenberg - at - devon-technologies.com? A screenshot of Preferences > Markdown might be useful too. Thanks.