This seems nitpicky, but I find the “#” in a title like “Long Book Title#Subheading” quite ugly, and I use a lot of subheading references. If there could be a space before so it would read instead “Long Book Title #Subheading”, that would be much nicer.
Agreed, the problem is there.
Suggest this be implemented via visual style only, otherwise it ruins compatibility with other software.
Great Idea, Alexander. Having some visual separation would be a good solution. Basically some extra border/margin/padding to one of the letters without breaking the raw text of the md file for cross compatibility.
Perhaps this is something that can also be addressed with the future WYSIWYG editor.
When creating link to heading. Example:
[[File1#Heading2]] for eye it is bunch of unreadable text merged in one long string.
Why you are not rendering when in Preview mode in more readable format? something like:
[[File1 < Heading2]]thus so it will be inside text like this: File 1 < Heading 2
[Heading2 > [File1]]so it will be: Heading2 > File1
It is much readable and user don’t need to hide the long string everytime by doing
That’s a nice addition to the initial idea, @den!
I can only say that visual separation should be both for edit and preview modes.