Brand new to Obsidian - loving it so far - so much info/sharing in the online community!
Simple question - when brackets are auto-paired, what is the key that completes it? If I hit enter, it goes to the next line, if I hit tab, it indents. Down-arrow works and it is cumbersome - is that changeable and/or is there a different key combination that works?
If you’re asking how to move the cursor out of the brackets when you’ve finished typing their contents, I use right arrow.
Thanks! Yes, that’s way more succinct way to put it.
Do you know if that’s something that can be changed (the key binding?) - seems really unintuitive/slow when doing lots of typing.
I don’t think there is a command to bind a hotkey to — you’re just moving the cursor the same way you would anywhere else in the text.
You could turn off bracket auto-pairing to see if it’s less annoying to just type the closing brackets yourself. That’s what I normally do, for that reason (in Obsidian I’ve left it on so I can delete brackets more easily when I accidentally make a link).
It’s way easier than all of this - found it by accident. Simply hit “enter”.
In the original post you said that Enter moved the cursor to the next line. Does that not happen now? (Anyway, I’m glad you found the answer!)