Syntax highlighting for notes, with simple TODO lists. Also allows you to cross-link (cmd-click) between notes.
Syntax highlighting based on Sublime Text Notes by tbh1.
Snippets & Commands
newday snippet includes the current date and a set of organizing section headings:
To add a new "TODO" item checkbox, use the
[ ] Pick up daughter after school
When the cursor is on a line with a TODO checkbox, subsequent
cmd+L directives will cycle through
[√] (done) and
[x] (won't do).
If you mention another
*.notes file, it will be underlined and become a hyperlink:
work.notes. To follow the link, use the vscode
cmd+click standard feature. References to notes can be absolute or relative; if relative, they are relative to the current document.
If the notes file you'd like to link to contains spaces, you can use "double quotes" to indicate the spaces should be included in the hyperlink. You can also use tilde (
~) to mean your home directory, e.g.
You may want to configure some of the text colors, for instance in your vscode settings file (
Cmd+, on Mac OS X), you can add scopes like so:
Some of the scopes you can configure are as follows:
Other scopes are language-specific.