Damn, I forgot that I had an unsolved problem with npm on this computer (which has nothing to do with your plugin). When do you plan to publish it in the repo?
For CSS, I don't know much about it unfortunately but maybe others who experiment with CSS in Joplin will be interested (@Nacandev - @BeatLink - @andrejilderda).
For the features, what you describe is already very good. In the same way, one could imagine to display the "tags" of the note as backlinks context. In a Zettlekasten-like approach this would be very practical. Same for datation informations. Moreover, I'm using more and more todo in Joplin and I would like to be able to exclude completed todo from backlinks. I want to say in an automatic way and not only by having to add one by one these to the list of ignored files.
Anyway, it's really a very interesting plugin proposal you're making here!
After a first quick test, I have to say that I'm missing a very useful feature in the "backlinks" plugin, that of being able to exclude certain notes/todo from the backlinks (note "overview", todo completed, etc). I also think that since the plugin panel aggregates different data, it could also contain a table of contents of the current note
It also seems to me that it could be interesting that backlinks to notes and backlinks to todo don't have the same color (or font).
For the rest, it seems to work very well. It is excellent!
Okay, I understand better how to use it. I think with dozens of notes to exclude it might be tricky in the long run. But I'll give it a try.
Yes you are right, it is not directly related. With the multiplication of plugins we start to have a large number of panels. I just find it interesting to group features in the same panel. It's easier to make visible/non-visible. And then I read that you plan to allow to see internal links to the current note... what a table of contents is. But I understand that you imagine another use.
Yes, it would be enough to play on the appearance.
Another use I thought of would be to display the bibliographic references linked to a note. The bibtex plugin allows you to work with a .bib file to insert references in a text written with Joplin. I think Obsidian allows something like that.
Very nice, thanks for your work! For me this finally makes it possible to build my own note-orders on note-level and therefore helps to use Joplin as a Zettelkasten. (What would make a good zettelkasten plugin?) Especially the "Deep-Backlinks" with the highlighting after the jump into the link-source is very usefull.
Only downside for me so far: quicklink doesn't work with spaces in between the query, as the original quicklink plugin does. Also i can't get the original quicklink plugin to work again, although i disabled the feature in the new plugin.
Thanks for the quick update! While using the plugin, i started to dream, that these features would be great too:
Quicklink feature for creating new note/task should stay visible, although when it found corresponding notes.
Quicklink should integrate results not only from title-search. Maybe this is beyond the scope, but something like the results from Ctrl-P "Go To" would be handy, to quickly discover link-possibilities.