Things I have tried
What I’m trying to do
open an existing file in obsidian from a shell script, but have it open as a new tab, not replace an already open tab
I have this script that I pass a filename to
echo "$FILE2" | sed 's/\.md//'
This works fine in the sense that the file does open in Obsidian, but it does so at the expense of whatever other file is open.
How do I tell it to open as a new tab instead of replacing the last active tab?
I believe the Advanced URI plugin has this functionality:
Thanks, I’ve used it to get this far:
which successfully opens the file in obsidian, but the only reference I see to opening in a new pane is a note about
any suggestions? (I think I’ll submit an “issue” at that git page)
09:37PM - 01 Sep 21 UTC
Hi, I have this command using your plugin with a bash script that does work to open a file:
Solved: turns out the settings for plugins are not at the place where you read about and install the community plugin, but rather in a separate “plugin options” section of the general settings. Sorry - new user here o_O
ryanjamurphy for pointing out that plugin
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