I just finished conversion of the custom tool Text2mindmap and now it
follows your example. Previously, I thought that it will be sufficient to
have only the custom tool, but your feedback made me reconsider Hope some
other users can take advantage of this plugin.
All the best, NorfCran
On 30 September 2014 14:17, Hella Riede <hella_ri...@gmx.de> wrote:
> Dear zim mailing list,
> Jaap encouraged me to send my question concerning Text2mindmap here:
> Dear Jaap, dear zim community,
> I appreciate zim a lot. To try out the custom tools, I downloaded
> In the "command" field of the zim custom tool dialogue, I entered
'~/bin/zim_mindmap.py %s', without the apostrophes.
> The correct figure is produced from a certain page, but not inserted into
that page automatically. I can then insert it via the "insert > image"
dialogue, but I am relatively sure that the embedding of the figure was
meant to be automatic (?).
> - I write the mindmap "code" into a page in the path /my/zim/test.txt
> - then I save, refresh, and call the Text2mindmap custom tool
> - result: the expected figure is written to /my/zim/test.png, but it is
> not automatically embedded into the page
> Thank you in advance for your help.
> Ixtos (Linux Mint Maya, zim version 0.61)
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