Hi there. Like most everyone else, I’m very excited about DTTG 3.5 coming out - I’ve been waiting eagerly for the improved Markdown text editing experience that I had seen teased in this forum and you all have delivered - thanks! Copy Item Link as Markdown in particular is a really subtle but nice touch - the copy menu is one of my favorites from DTTG in general.
One feature I had hoped would land in DTTG’s new text editor was support for wiki-linking, on par with DEVONthink for Mac’s. Ideally it would support search-as-you-type with matching document names as soon as you type e.g. [[ in the editor, but even just rendering the [[..]] style links as tappable links in the WYSIWYG (non-edit) view would be great for my use cases.
I’d be fine with a limitation like it only predicting and/or rendering links for matching documents in the same database (I think this is how DEVONthink for Mac operates with wiki-links).
I know I could use “proper” Markdown () links, either with DEVONthink item links or relative paths, but I’m an Obsidian/Logseq user (with my notes from these apps indexed into DEVONthink) so I’d prefer to continue using wiki-links for optimal compatibility (but be able to edit these notes with DTTG’s new great editor on iOS / iPadOS).