Category : Markdown

Summary Include the main notes from one object in another {{objectid}} Include the entire note field from the other object {{objectid.summary}} Include up to the first 6 lines of the note field from the other object Include statblocks {{objectid.statblock}} (or {{objectid.sb}} for short). Include the statblock of the other object Include contributions {{objectid.contributions}} (or {{objectid.conts}}} ..

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To use images in your markdown, they first need to be hosted on the internet somewhere The Goblin currently doesn’t offer any file hosting capability but there are plenty of options out there already. Using an image already on the web You can use most images that you find online by simply right clicking them ..

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There is a custom markdown syntax option to link directly to other objects. You can manually type the markdown syntax or the much easier approach, when in edit mode simply click another object and the markdown syntax will be added for you. When clicking an object, the (optional) custom label will be left blank. Syntax @[custom label](objectid) ..

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Go to https://imgbb.com/ Drag your file into the window (or click ‘start uploading’ and choose your file) The page will change to show your file Press the ‘upload’ button The page will change to show your image is uploaded The URL in the address bar isn’t the one you need, neither is the one in ..

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Some of the most common used formatting options are Formatting Markdown Syntax Headings # Heading 1## Heading 2### Heading 3 Bold **bold text** or __bold text__ Italic *italic text* or _italic text_ Lists – Item 1- Item 2- Item 3 Checkbox Lists – [ ] Unchecked item- [x] Checked item Link [The Goblin’s Notebook](https://www.the-goblin.net) Image ![alt text](image.jpg) Horizontal Rule ..

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Go to https://imgur.com (you don’t need to sign up on imgur) Drag your file into the window (or click New Post from the top-left corner and choose your file) The page will change to show your image uploaded The URL in the address bar isn’t the one you need, neither is the one given when ..

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With the OneDrive client installed, files automatically get uploaded to the cloud so you just need to get the direct URL to your image. There are not many step to this. View the file in the OneDrive website The easiest way is to go to your local OneDrive folder, find the file, right-click and select ..

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