I think this is a topic where has already been in discussion but I didn’t see a solution for it: annotations in PDFs creates a hls_filename.pdf page which appears in your graph. I don’t like that. Is it possible to turn it off? Is it possible to turn it off, even there is a #tag in it?
I’ve seen this symbol ‘!’ before links or files. What does it do exactly?
Does someone else works with Synology Drive to keep your files in sync and have access over different devices? What is your experience?
In the nodes menu on the right turn off Built-in pages. They should no longer show up.
Yes. Go to that page. (Clicking on it from the graph view works)
In it you’ll see some properties. file:: file-path::
If you click into that block you can add exclude-from-graph-view:: true
It’s not the best solution and you’ll need to add it to individual files, but it works.
In graph view make sure to turn off excluded pages (they are on by default idk why)
I assume in the context of ![text](link)?
This is just part of the link syntax for images/files.