Here’s an example of a mermaid diagram using the correct syntax with
(discourse doesn’t display it below, but it’s there in obsidian
graph LR; A-->C; B-->C; class A internal-link; class B internal-link; class C internal-link; click A "/⨳ mermaid test 1" click B "/mermaid test 2" click C "/mermaid test 3"
As you can see
click A "/⨳ mermaid test 1" has a special symbol, in this case the
click B "/mermaid test 2"
click C "/mermaid test 3" both work without any issues, since they don’t have any special characaters.
I’d be amazing to have Obsidian read non-english characters, which would benefit users like me who use special symbols, as well as those of us who write notes in other languages.
in this case I make use of these type of symbols
⨳ to describe the different types of note by filename, they are usually unicode symbols taken from here.
I understand if this is a mermaid limitation, in which case we could workaround by using URI links, (in my case, with linux, the set-up is less than ideal, but that’s linux’s not obsidian’s fault) and still a doable solution.
but it’d be awesome if this could be achieved in Obsidian if possible with the great new feature of “/links” in mermaid.