This is fantastic. Thanks for sharing it. One question I have: is it possible to get the local file name for the timestamp template? (I’m mostly using this for local files, not podcasts). I’m hoping to integrate this with Media Player extended. With that plugin, if I have a timestamp in this form, I can click the timestamp link and the player will load up at that time (maybe this could also be a useful feature of PodNotes?):
[[filename.m4a#t=1:15:51|🔈]] (the alias and speaker are just my own flourish for the form, the key is the filename with the hash and timestamp)
I was able to access the player on my iPhone. The tray is hidden on the right side, so swipe the screen from the right: moving your finger/thumb on the screen from the right side of the screen to the left.
Thanks Tyler! I found it! I swear Iooked in the right swipe menu before, but didn’t see it. I think I was in the backlinks menu and just needed to back out.
In any case, unfortunately it looks like it still won’t really work for me as I can’t control it with my headset (Soundcore or Samsung buds). I usually use them to pause and rewind in apps like Podcast Addict, Audible, etc, but I can’t get them to interact with PodNotes at all. (Ideally, I’d be able to pause, rewind, and record a timestamp and/or 10 sec snippet and audio or tts note of a part I’m interested in.)