Of course, I will. Sorry for my inappropriate answer.
I would like to create a new note starting with highlighting a word in the text-field of a given note, then press a shortcut (like the one for footnotes) and as a result get a new note with the title of the word highlighted before (in the text field of the given source note) .
The source-note and the newly create note may be linked
- only on-directionally (from source to new note)
- and the link type maybe anything but “note” or “note+” (as in footnote)
That’s why I chose the topic-name "Creating a new linked note: the “footnote way” … but without the link-type-stuff that comes with the footnote function.
Why am I asking for one-directional linking only? Well, simply because I don’t want to go the route of opening the Link-Browser in order to go back (from the new note to the source note). One can do this by using the shortcut cmd + '.
As far as I see, the link-type note+ in footnotes clutters the Map-View and does not bring any particular function.
But, I would be happy to understand the concept better and hence use it appropriately. For now, I don’t see any function in note+ other than visual. I’d like to learn: For you, as an often preferred outliner-view-user: What does note+ in footnotes bears of additional functionality?
Thanks, @mwra for taking the time to look in this.