With an absolute (or 'full') path you are stating the full and exact path within the Tinderbox document. These are absolute paths:
$Created(/First Root/Child A/Sibling A1)
$Created("/Second Root/Child C/D/Child of D")
Points to note:
- there can be more than one root (top level note) but regardless the path always begins with a slash (/) and the name of a root note.
- every note from the root to the destination note is included in the path, divided with a forward slash.
- the path does not end in a slash character.
- the path may contain spaces but does not needed to be enclosed in single quotes, although for consistency it may be a good idea to quote. Since v4.6, syntax has been moving towards explicit quoting of all strings.
- any path containing forward slashes must be enclosed in quotes.
Absolute paths are not a big deal in a small document like the example, but if it is a big TBX with deep nesting, you will want to consider using relative paths.