Thanks, Sander. I’ve also been a TheBrain User since around 2008 (I think). Obsidian flipped me by creating such a frictionless way to stay in my content. TheBrain’s Plex feels like it’s focal point, rather than my content. In Obsidian, my notes get center stage while I can still use the graph view for thinking about connections.
I could use some help getting started with your python script. I’ve set up GitHub Desktop, installed CodeRunner, and downloaded your file, and updated the file paths. I get the following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “thebrain2markdown.py”, line 3, in
ImportError: No module named html2markdown
Can you help me work through this? Thanks, and no worries if I’m asking too much. No is an acceptable answer. I don’t know if it matters, but I’m on MacOS Catalina.
[added] I found and downloaded a .js html2markdown file from GitHub. I’m not sure if this is what is needed, but as you might have guessed it didn’t make a difference. As you can tell, I’m not a programmer, though I was 30 years ago. TIA.