Say I want to map Cmd + j to something. When I do this, I don’t know if that key combination is already mapped to something, so I might clobber it. Further, there is no real way to know what hotkeys are mapped to what, and this becomes cumbersome when trying out various hot-keys to see what “feels right”.
To clarify, the menu currently in Settings>Hotkeys allows searching for function —> key-combination, but this feature request is for a way to search key-combination—>function.
Have a way to “search by key combination” in Settings–>Hotkeys where, it allows you to press a key combination, and it lists all functions that it is mapped to.
This is a common feature in many IDEs and code editors e.g. Visual Studio, sublime text, etc. so maybe we can based it on those.
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None that I could find. Please let me know if this is duplicate, or related to something else that I might have missed!
I am a novice at this, but I am going to try to use Keyboard Maestro to make a list of command that I use when doing xx type project. I need a list like the one that appears with the Advanced chart plugin.
I am too old to remember all these hot keys. My fingers will not reach the keys while pushing down shift option command etc. So, I need a work around.
I think there is some way to pattern the hotkeys so they remind me which one goes with it. But, that is complex too.
I would file that as a separate feature request: when a hotkey is assigned to more than 1 command, instead of saying conflicts with 2 other commands, it should say conflicts with "Omnisearch: Vault search" and 1 other command. Obviously more useful to track down and eliminate conflicts.