Any way to cross off links. At the moment I have a task list made up of links to a master information list. I want to cross off the link task, but it doesn’t cross off.
Not sure I understand what you meant.
So there’s a list of tasks, each linked to another item, is that right? And when you check off the task, checking doesn’t work? Is that what the issue is?
Erica, I think John means that when a crossed-off node contains a link, the link doesn’t look crossed off:
Exactly this. My work around is just to copy some text before the link, so not a huge deal
Ah, I see. It is grayed out though, I guess that visual distinction is not noticeable enough?
My links gets crosses off normally though.
For the time being you can try encasing the links in
Oh really? I was able to reproduce this issue.
He has a Dynalist internal link, not just a normal
Well, putting the code into the item is another issue for me, because I like to scroll through them via keyboard, which means whatever I select gets all the ugly code. That’s another topic. I love dynalist, just a couple of features for consideration in the future perhaps? All is well
My bad. I thought a normal link was being talked about. Crossing internal link doesn’t work.
Yep, we’ll consider it, sorry about that!
I think the issue is the same with all inline items, such as images, files, dates, and of course, as you pointed out, internal links. I believe in the beginning we thought add the strikethrough would obscure the text too much, but now I think about it, consistency is important too.
Moved your post to the feature section too, by the way.
Perhaps we could use a checkbox, wherever there’s an internal link? And if the existing grey checkbox is replaced with a brightly coloured box, it would be clearly visible.
The trouble with this approach is that all the children will also acquire checkboxes, and those cannot be turned off.
Thanks. Also, I just noticed that searches don’t show results for internal links.
Yeah, if you search for the title, it’s technically not part of the plain text content.
no problem, i just put the text in front of the link to solve both problems. Thanks