Going back and forth to a single link in a document full of links
Another newbie question.
I'm moving thousands of existing text documents into TheArchive.
I've used NameMangler to add unique IDs (based on file creation time) to the start of all the files, so a group of files that looks like this...
Calculation of CO2 and earth biomass.txt
Photographing cine film.txt
... gets turned into this...
2020-02-15 083059 Adobe Audition.txt
2020-02-16 191346 Sketch.txt
2020-02-20 144250 Calculation of CO2 and earth biomass.txt
2020-02-21 090231 Photographing cine film.txt
I then drop this list – thousands of files – into a text document called "UNSORTED FILES.txt" . Then with a grep-based search and replace in BBEdit, the list gets transformed into this...
[[2020-02-15 083059]] Adobe Audition.txt
[[2020-02-16 191346]] Sketch.txt
[[2020-02-20 144250]] Calculation of CO2 and earth biomass.txt
[[2020-02-21 090231]] Photographing cine film.txt
Now I've got a document I can open and edit in TheArchive, and everything is nicely linked.
But I don't know what's inside Sketch.txt and I'd like to add more details. If I click on the link, the file opens up and I can see it's a comedy sketch I was writing about an inept iPad user. I'd like to add that information to the description in the UNSORTED FILES document, but how do I get back to where I came from? I can see UNSORTED FILES in the search results list, but if I click on it, I have to hunt for the filename I was editing, because there's no cursor.
After clicking a bracketed link, is there a way to return to the originating document, with an active cursor in its previous position?
OR, is it possible to click on a bracketed link inside a document and open it in a new window or external editor?
OR is there another solution for quickly viewing the content of a bracketed link?