I’ve just started using Obsidian, so pardon if this is common knowledge I haven’t been able to find yet…
Statements leading up to a question…
I use a Rocketbook notebook for taking work meeting notes all day.
I have Obsidian configured to store a vault for my work notes on Google Drive.
I have Rocketbook configured to send an OCR’d PDF of each page I scan to my Gmail account where each email contains an embed of the OCR text and an attachment of the original photo.
I have a script.google.com function that saves the photo PDF to my vault in an /images subfolder, and converts the email embed html to simple markdown text saved in my vault folder, with a ![[link]] in every note to the pdf photo (edited to add example: ![[images/20230507 Day Notes.pdf]])
Ends up looking like this (after I manually fix a few typos/OCR fails):
I’d really like if I could automatically open a split (right) view of notes that contain linked images/pdfs like this one so I can view the pdf on the right side of my screen and make my edits/corrections/spellchecks on the left side. I can manually split and scroll to get close… but a hotkey/button would be great.
Can anyone suggest how to get a view closer to this, but tied to a macro/button/automatic?