I was wondering if it is possible to tweak the hyperlinks in Notes?
When I am reading an annotated transcription or citation in a browser on a PC, I tend to use the options to spawn a new window to follow the link. (So I do not lose my place in the annotated document.)
If the hyperlinked in the Noted were targeted (with a named browser, not just a
_blank) then I could drag the target window off to the side and just click each annotation as it piques my interest. Rather than spawn a host of new windows, the named browser window would just update.
This would make discovering how all the people in a obit are connected much easier.
It would also make a good way for a Historical Society of modernizing a classic local reference book. They could fully link the book page-by-page. Then distribute the static WordPress site on a DVD or USB. It should be a pretty stable historical distribution that could run locally.
And, if they started with exporting just the reference book, Gramps could autocrop out all the unrelated material before spinning a Tangled Web.