I don’t understand. You can only make links within a Tinderbox document using Tinderbox.
Let us see if this help.s We have a text selection in ‘Note A’ and want to connect to Note B’. As Note B is visible in the view we simply drag from the text pane link widget (#1 below) to Note B (#2 below):
When you drop the link on Note B, you see the link creation pop-up.
Make any changes, if needed and click ‘Create Link’. You have made your link:
Now, to link Note A to Note C. The same method is not possible (in map view) because Note C is on a different map. We need to use the link park. First we park our link:
If you look at the very first picture above, you will see the link park was an empty circle. No link is stored. Now we see:
Next we need to make Note C visible in the current view, so we drill down into container Note B. Select Note B then use the down-arrow key (↓) to ‘drill down’ to the child map:
Now to complete the link from the link park and drop it on Note C:
Complete the link - as in the pop-up shown above. Link done! If we now look at Note A there are two links, one to Note B drawn on the current map and a link stub representing the link to Note C:
It is that simple1 By using drag/drop and the link park we ensure we link to exactly the note intended.
Here, I have illustrated using the map view, but any view can be used with the same technique: outline, chart, timeline, etc.