This is amazing. I didn’t know about Hypothes.is, despite having tried a few of its “competitors”. I’m looking forward to playing with it and to have such an easy link to Obsidian will almost certainly make this my “go to” tool. Thank you for your efforts.
The only issue I’ve found with this plugin is if I have annotations on a local PDF file (using Chrome and the Chrome Hypothes.is extension). It crashes. Remove any local PDF annotations and it works again. I’ve not been able to parse the JSON from Hypothes.is yet to see what is fundamentally different.
Not a biggie for me - I generally host PDFs on the cloud - but just thought I’d mention.
Edit: Main difference seems to be the URI/Source which is a fingerprint of the local PDF: e.g. “uri”: “urn:x-pdf:a999faa94eb5eb4efefee1f1e1b519482”