@kbtidwell: I feel your pain too. I am pi**ed off that I get to a situation where note formats are not usable elsewhere. I hope Giuseppe will implement export to markdown.
Good luck with your Herculean task
@kbtidwell: the way I do it is to click on the “reply” button – top right corner of the comment you want to reply to.
Then, in the reply box, I atart my comment with @Name, and when I submit my reply the webpage automatically converts it to a red link. No rocket science there 😉
@Klaas Vaak: Interesting. I had tried this method before and it did not work correctly. I think an extension in that browser (Opera) may have interfered. I’m using Chrome at the moment and it seems to be working correctly.
Wow, this really got a lot of discussion going recently.
@acry: First, thank you, that is a great idea. I’ve used XSLT in the past, but was considering simply writing code for interchange – perhaps essentially a library that could read the OneNote XML format directly. However, I should consider XSLT because it can be much simpler.
And, to everyone else, I was just at a conference so it was a bit difficult to respond, but I am very glad to see the discussion as it can help me consider my own approach to this. Later this week, I will begin reading up on the CherryTree format and dabble with an XSLT-based transformation procedure. Is this the latest version of the xml schema you’ve assembled: https://github.com/Acry/CT-Z-Sandbox/blob/master/CherryTree/xml/ct.xsd ?