This would be very usefull for me too, in an other usecase, wich I describe
Indeed I use dropbox to sync my notes, this give me little space for my data
(only 2GB for a non-premium account).
In order to avoid using too much space, I let the files I refer to in a
seperate folder, then I add a link to them instead of attaching them (which
avoid the copy of the file in the file tree ). So I keep a "attached file
folder" where I copy all my interesting file with my notes linking to this
folder. This way I use little space in my dropbox account while keeping my
file tree consistent if I copy note & files on an other file system.
It would be great if I didn't have to think about to copy first and then
link. An option could make the use of an "attach folder" transparent. The
path for the "attach folder" should be relative (or user defined) in order
not to break link consistency.
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 1:44 PM, Ramiro Magno <ramiro.ma...@gmail.com>wrote:
> I'd like to know how to define a folder that works as the repository
> for all my externally linked files which would be linked relatively to
> the notebook root directory. Then I'd like also to export to HTML the
> whole wiki and then copy the "repository folder" while keeping the
> file tree hierarchy such that those links to the external files still
> work in the HTML pages. I know this might have something to do with
> the Attachments Folder functionality but I don't really understand it,
> so I'm sorry if it already does what I'm discussing here. So, could
> someone clarify how to this? I bet this is an already implemented
> Thanks in advance.
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