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What I’m trying to do
I try to link a single word in another note. I am able to link to a other note, this is easy, but I can’t link to single word in a text. An example: note with some text and a word beginning with “A” that a want to link to this → other notes like a lexicon, note “A”, “B”… in “A” there are some words beginning with an “A” and the explaination text for that
Things I have tried
I tryed to insert a link with strg + k, I tryed to type it manual with “[”, “]]”… I can only link the note “A” but not a special text block
ok, thanks, I dry to use it… with the explanation I can link to a tagged block, but if I klick on link, only on the left side of my note I get the possibility to klick on a short form of that note and then I jump to the block I’d linked before. I can not jump automaticly after a klick on the link to the linked block… what’s wrong?
you write in the first line: target block [[noteName^searchWord… in the second line [[^^…
if I need a single ^ i must type twotimes ^^ and then backspace do delete one ^… I tryed both variations but the target do not reached correctly… the jump adress is in my case #Banken instead of #Beobachter… (you can see/located that in the second picture)
the way to the jump to “#Banken” is:
[[B#^38067b|Beobachter]] the “38067b” is build by obsidian, i wrote “Beobachter” behind the “^”
This is probably because you you don’t have an empty line between your paragraphs. In markdown, paragraphs are separated by empty lines. In obsidian, you can adapt the way your paragraphs appear by activating or deactivating “Editor → Anzeige → Strikte Zeilenbegrenzung”; this, however, doesn’t break basic markdown rules.
By the way: A “→” is written in markdown by typing → instead of ->. You should really learn markdown if you want to work with a markdown editor (which obsidian basically is).
You can also paste the arrow character into the text. The method suggested above is part of HTML (Markdown allows HTML to be used). There are also a variety of ways to type special characters (a web search will help you’re curious — the ways depend on what operating system you use).