If you associate .txt files with Zim, in Windows Explorer, then you can
make hyperlinks in your spreadsheet attachments which open Zim pages.

On Thu, Jan 21, 2016, at 14:14, Brendan Kidwell wrote:
> Unfortunately for you, I think this is working as designed. Zim's
> current table implementation is designed as a 2D array of PLAIN-TEXT
> cells. The data is fed into a GTK table-rendering widget that doesn't
> know anything about wiki syntax. For now you'll just have to do your
> best with plain text.
>
> There are some alternative table suggestions in the wiki[1]. Not sure
> if it's in there, but you might also consider storing your table with
> complex formatting, in a spreadsheet file (Gnumeric, LibreOffice Calc,
> etc.) and ATTACH it to a Zim page.
>
>
> On Thu, Jan 21, 2016, at 12:23, Mukli KrisztiƔn wrote:
>> I'm very happy when I read in Zim Help, that links and common format
>> markup works in table cells in the new Table Editor plugin.
>> Unfortunately this day I realised it doesn't work definitely. Links
>> displaying as links, but if I used right-click on the selected line,
>> Open cell in content link doesn't do anything. (Picture-1)


>> If I write something after a link in cell, the content doesn't
>> show. Picture-2 shows what is the content of the cell with link
>> from Picture-1.


>> How can I fix it? There any idea what happens?


>> Windows 10 x64, Zim 0.65. Thanks for any comment!


>



Links:

  1. https://github.com/jaap-karssenberg/zim-wiki/wiki
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