I searched these forums for anything related but couldn’t find an answer.
What I’m trying to do
I would like to be able to refactor a note but using different templates for different types of notes. As far as I can tell, the note refactor plugin lets you apply a template to a refactored note, but it’s a fixed, single, template. What I really want to do is to use this in order to make note types, for example, I’d like to be able to be reading some source material and highlight a question the source material asks and then refactor it into a note [[QUE - relevant question]] with some specific YAML header, for instance:
asked by: [[SOU - relevant source]]
I would similarly like to be able to do smoething like this for “claims” and “evidence”. This way I can build up a network of relations where I can see e.g. all the evidence associated with claims related to a certain question. This is what Joel Chan’s discourse graph plugin does in roam research, and I would like to recreate it in some simple way in Obsidian, but without having to input everything manually.
so in a CLM page I have yaml frontmatter that says note_type: claim, or i have inline dataview like note_type:: claim.
Then in a source page I will have things like
claims:: [[CLM - example here]]
this allows breadcrumbs to know that this page claims, that claim, and on the right of the image, that shows the claims results etc. this is a bit more by hand than its currently set up in roam and it’s a bit messy as you can see, but it feels like a step in the right direction. I use css and the supercharged links to change the colors and add the incons for the claims, sources, etc.
Hi, sorry for the late reply. As I said before, I have only been able to get @joelchan styling for the wiki links. I was important for me that the styling should work in the preview as well as in the editor. I got the following CSS from the forum.
This works with the Supercharged Links plugin , with the editor mode option enabled.
For the the more difficult part, I have the searching in the forum for some ready made alternative. Some of the plugins which have caught my eye are Juggle, Argdown, Graph plugin.
Will have to check out each one of them and see if any works.
I hope you don’t mind sharing the CSS you use for the Supercharged Links. It would be nice to see if there is something new there.