Obsidian is a lovely note-taking tool that I use for all the things. It is flexible and plastic in a really lovely way.
But over time (or due to overuse of bulk updates in VSCode), you can end up with images that aren’t referenced anywhere, or links to images that don’t exist (or are not where the note expects them to be).
My first attempt at making a list of lost things used dataview, but I had a few problems with it: it was generally slow to render (not surprising, it was doing a lot), and due to that slowness, the note would flicker when I opened it on my tablet.
The general idea: I run the script (command), it updates/replaces the contents of a note. I can review that note and decide if unreferenced files should be deleted, or if links need to be fixed, etc. I can run the script again to verify that I’ve fixed the problem, or I can forget about it until the next time I feel like I should tidy things up.
The gist is shown below the fold (see more).