How to link internally if the name of the note consists of more than one word (contains whitespaces)?

Asked by Matthias Ackermann on 2012-09-04

How to link internally if the name of the note consists of more than one word (contains whitespaces)?

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You may have to escape the spaces. for example:

An\ escaped\ character\ will\ make\ your\ text\ look\ like\ this\ note\ how\ it\ goes\ before\ the\ space\.\ It\'s\ also\ used\ for\ punctuation\ marks\.

Still does not work.

For example, three notes: "content-management system", "content", "notexzy".

How can I link from the notexyz note to the content-management system note? Tomboy only links to "content", but never to "content-management system".

are there any bugs reported?

Warren Hill (warren-hill) said : #4

The trick I always use is to not have white spaces but use _ instead so I get My_link. OK it is not ideal but works for me.

It've realized that this is simply not a feature.