Yeah, this is exactly what I meant.
Another option is to use symlinks in Logseq folder that points to files in the rest of the file system. If I can make Logseq
- ignoring a folder for git versioning
- not complaining if I don’t sync it on other devices
- ignore conflicts if files have the same names in different folders
- ignoring .md files in a specific folder
I know that there is an option to ignore a folder, but it doesn’t work for me, I need to investigate.
Edit: no need to set anything, all the files in
/assets are ignored, no matter if .md or something else. So one can just symlink anything on the disk to
But it seems Logseq doesn’t display links that it doesn’t handle (.png images, .pdf etc). I would like if files where open with system apps.