I have an extensive course outline with a lot of hierarchical nesting: One note for each unit, containing one note for each section of the unit, containing notes about concepts.
I’ve created a “definedTerm” prototype and set up an agent to gather all notes from that subtree of my .tbx that have $Prototype=“definedTerm”, for the purpose of creating a glossary. (Is this a common way of achieving that purpose? Is there a better way?)
The problem is that when I go to export that glossary note, none of the images embedded in its children appear. AFAICT this is because the agent contains only aliases: the images don’t show up in the Preview tab if I click on the alias notes in the agent, but they’re present in the Text tab, and if I do a Cmd+R on a note that’s missing images, I can see that they’re present in the original note regardless of whether I’m in Text or Preview.
Is there a way I can tell Tinderbox to preserve the images in aliases, when exporting? If not, is there a workaround I could use that won’t entail manually touching all the notes in my Glossary agent? (There are 122 of them.)