I've been interested in such a feature, though for now I just use headings in the wiki pages and use the Table of Contents plugin. It would be nice to link to a specific anchor point on a page from another page though.
Brian Vanderburg II On 11/24/2012 11:01 PM, jayseye wrote: > John - > > As a fairly new Zim user, perhaps it's just that I've yet to discover > how to create an Anchor. Have already looked very thoroughly, though, > before asking here. > > Good to hear that there is interest in the feature. If you do find an > existing way to create an anchor, please let me know! Thanks. > > Regards, > Marc Paul Rubin > "jayseye" > > > On 11/24/12, John Geoffrey <XXX@XXXXX> wrote: >> oh? that doesn't work yet? I was thinking about trying out if that works >> somehow for months. Yes, I'd be interested. >> >> On 25 November 2012 04:04, jayseye <XXX@XXXXX> wrote: >> >>> An "anchor" allows linking to a specific place (target) on a page. If >>> Zim supported anchors, you could link to an anchor on the same page, >>> or to an anchor on another page. >>> >>> WikiMedia syntax supports anchors, so the precedent exists. Of course, >>> anchors are also very commonly used in HTML on the Web. >>> >>> Would anyone else be interested in using anchors in Zim? >>> >>> Thanks, >>> Marc Paul Rubin >>> "jayseye" > _______________________________________________ > Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~zim-wiki > Post to : email@example.com > Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~zim-wiki > More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp > > >
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