On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 1:35:12 PM UTC+1, Ste Wilson wrote:
> For me the title as alias would be perfect.

I think, that's the way to go. 

>  I have a small number where I can add other aliases individually.  I 
> guess the actual problem then is the next bit of Diego's widget/ filter 
> thingy to create that field AND put [[]] around everything.
> Then I can [[not do this|Not do This]] going forward and remove examples 
> from the text as I come across them....unless threr was a search and 
> replace filter... :)
> Ste

I think turning all titles to aliases is *not* the way to go. 

As I wrote backlink handling is the important thing. To detect standard 
[[links]] and [[alias-links]] is a very "costly" operation. That's why they 
use a caching mechanism, which guaranties a performant lookup. ... But 
there is still an iteration process involved, that needs to touch every 

With the number of list-filter operators going up, it's very convenient for 
users to create more and more lookups, that iterate through all tiddlers 
over and over and over again. ... 

That's why I think it's important to be careful to implement new functions 
that have the potential to slow down the app. 

just some thoughts. 

have fun!

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