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One limitation of posting on both the web and Gemini

If I'm posting content that's on the web as well as being on Gemini, and I want to post a link to some OTHER content that's on both protocols, I have to either choose one or just post two separate links. I wish there was some way to format a link to just automatically use whatever protocol you're currently on.

Like, the links I post beneath this entry are relative links so they work regardless of whether you're visiting blog.locrian.zone or november.smol.pub. That's great, love that I can do that. I just wish there was something like that but for "go to this URL specified on the same protocol you're viewing this current page on."

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