Use case or problem
Please reconsider the need for markdown links to be urlencoded. The readability of markdown links is severely hindered by this requirement and it is not obvious why Obsidian would need to urlencode links in the first place. Removing this requirement would not only improve readability,
it would also improve interoperability, since other markdown software that existed prior to Obsidian often doesn’t work with urlencoded links. Devonthink is an example.
EDIT: DevonThink is able to use urlencoded links if the link target has a proper extension.
[2020-02-10 - FacileThings](2020-02-10%20-%20facilethings.md)
is harder to read
and less platform independent than
[2020-02-10 - FacileThings](2020-02-10 - FacileThings.md)
Remove the requirement for urlencoded markdown links, but allow them to be urlencoded for backwards compatibility. New markdown links should be created using not-urlencoded links.
Current workaround (optional)
Using the wiki links feature is even less interoperable.
Related feature requests (optional)