I’ve gone in fits and starts with TBX for a few years and just starting to feel like i have a handle on things when …
On importing a .txt file, TBX seems to have “auto-exploded” the note, without any command from me (i.e. I’m not toggling the “Explode” command). This results in breaking the .txt file into a new note at each line break, using each newly created line (in full) as the Title (rather than the Text) of the newly-created note, each of these notes now preserved under a parent note bearing the Title of the original filename. This preserves the content of my original note - but makes it pretty unwieldy.
Have i inadvertently toggled “ON” the note exploder? Is there some way i can turn-off this “auto-explosion”? Or can I parse differently the note contents? For instance, if i import a filename Jia.txt, might TBX parse the newly created notes as Title=Jia1, Jia2, Jia3…, with my highlights inserted in the Text of each new note?
I’m doing a review of the technical literature. The .txt file is created by exporting text highlighted in a technical article.
Thanks for any suggestions folks.