This may not fall into this category. So I just found out about Obsidian. I have a lot of notes copied from website with footnotes,etc. I copy pasted these into Obsidian folder. the problem is in the original files there are a lot of , [sth sth], etc which create a very crowded graph from the get-go. So I went in the file 1 by 1, and replace “[” with “(”.
I have thousands of the mark down files. Does anyone know how I can replace “[” with “(” in all the files at one go, instead of changing the file 1 by 1? It does not need to be inside Obsidian. This will give me a more tidy graph.
I have used a program called Grepwin. (There is another one called WinGrep). It looked like it did the work when I opened the file. But in Obsidian, i used the random plug in and got a file which still has . I will revert back if can find why.