@chriswaterguy - the links between notebooks don’t come across that way.
@ForGe - tags come over perfectly for me with Yarle. I don’t use nested tags. I’m converting from EN 6.25.2. YMMV from v10.
Thanks for the reply and Yarle. I downloaded via Github and tried converting a few of my folders (from EN legacy - v10 is just too horrible). I’m pretty happy with it overall, as far as getting bulk data into Obsidian. The biggest notebook I did was ~1GB. It only took a couple minutes. No links between notebooks is disappointing, but I tag so heavily that I should be able to find what I need.
The thing that’s tougher for me (but again, I do tag heavily, so…) is that alias links don’t come across. I get a ton of files that say “xxxxx.md has not been created yet”. I made a test folder with 4 notes, 1 of which was new, 2 notes that were duplicates of others, 1 an alias of one of the duplicates, then created a Table of Contents note from those 4. Starting on the TOC note, I only get a link to the new test note. What’s really interesting is the duplicated notes are entirely missing from the vault (but the originals did come over in an earlier trial). Obviously I have some things to play with before moving to exclusive Obsidian use. Am I missing a setting? I’ve tried “Add ‘md’ extension of internal links” and done it without.
UPDATE: The welcome screen appears before the program is actually finished installing. ORIGINAL: In a separate issue - when I run Yarle it appears to start up normally. I get the welcome screen, go to step 1 and choose the file I want to convert. When I do, the entire screen disappears, then the Welcome screen reappears. I can choose my file and continue from that point. Not a big deal, just an odd hiccup. I’m on Win10Pro if that helps.