In my daily use of Obsidian, I often need to navigate quickly to the beginning or end of a note. While this action can be accomplished using a mouse or by repeatedly pressing the arrow keys, it can become tedious, especially in lengthy notes. This interrupts the flow of my work and makes the editing process less efficient.
I propose the addition of two new hotkeys for Obsidian:
- A hotkey to move the cursor to the very first line of the current note.
- A hotkey to move the cursor to the very last line of the current note.
These shortcuts should be customizable to cater to users with different keyboard layouts or preferences, but could have default settings.
Currently, to navigate to the beginning or end of a note, I either:
- Drag the scrollbar manually with the mouse, which isn’t always precise.
- Repeatedly press the “Up” or “Down” arrow keys on the keyboard, which can be time-consuming for longer notes.
Both methods are not as efficient as a direct hotkey would be.