I have been unsuccessful in locating a plug-in or CSS code snippet that will allow me to integrate block references without disrupting the aesthetics or flow of the document. Can someone point me towards a solution (copy and paste is not an option for my purposes)?
Hopefully this screenshot will illustrate what I am searching for:
Do you mean inline embed? I think there’s no plugin or CSS for it currently. Yet, it’s already requested :
The current block references stand out as big alien chunks in any document. It’d be better if they felt as if they were part of the document, or at least to have the option to achieve that. If I have inline embeds, then a synthesis of different ideas can be put together without forcing a shape like current embeds do.
This request can be better placed in context by looking at
this comment in a different thread.
But, there’s a CSS hack for workaround (but it’s not similar with your example, but you might want to check it)
I have tried my hand at improving the appearance of the inline block reference embeds using CSS
Current Obsidian version
I have removed the padding and the lines from the top and the bottom to make it look like inline text.
I have changed the colour of the link icon to make it more prominent.
The idea is that I would like the embed to be indistinguishable from an inline text except for the embed link pointin…
Thanks for the help! I have tried out the CSS hack and, like you mentioned, it doesn’t suffice. I’ll head over to the feature request and add my support.