Use case or problem
I use system-wide hotkeys to maximize (fill the screen, not a new fullscreen) windows on macOS by binding it to the standard Window > Zoom command in the menu bar. Window > Zoom item is present in pretty much all native apps on macOS:
Obsidian omits Window > Zoom in the menu bar, so I can’t Zoom (i.e. maximize) obsidian via the keyboard.
Add the Zoom option to the menu bar under Window.
It’s defined here in the macOS Human Interface Guidelines:
Zoom: Toggles between a predefined size appropriate to the window’s content and the window size people set. Pressing the Option key changes this item to Zoom All.
Option+click the green zoom button in the Obsidian window itself to maximize it.
Related feature requests
Similar requests that seems to have been resolved.
Just a minor, but annoying missing piece. When multiple vaults are open, there is nothing in the menus permitting the selection of the different windows from the menubar.
The open windows are shown with a right-click on the application in the Dock, but this is an advanced option that a lot of users aren’t aware of.
Simply having a Window menu with the open vaults listed would be really handy.
Steps to reproduce
I noticed that clicking on the (?) button opens a new help window and that one can switch between the two windows using cmd-~ on the mac. There should be a “window” item on the top menu to allow switching via the menu without using a keyboard shortcut.
Operating system: MacOS
Obsidian version: v0.6.5
Using custom CSS: doesn’t matter
Use case or problem
Obsidian allows you to open multiple vaults, and every vault has it’s own operating system window. However, it’s hard to work with this set up because there’s no indicator that you have multiple windows open, or a way (menus or shortcuts) to easily switch between open windows.
Add a Window menu to the menu bar that lists all the open windows. Clicking on one entry would allow you to switch between windows.
Current workaround (optional)
Visually find the wi…
This request is asking for one missing piece, the Zoom command.