I searched around google and the forums, and watched the breadcrumb intro video again, but couldn’t find what I’m looking for here.
I want to be able to press a hotkey and jump to the next sibling, without having to write in “next” relationships explicitly on all my files. I have Siblings already setup (using the “Same parent is siblings” feature), and just would want to have a way to dynamically set a “next” and “previous”, e.g., by comparing current file name with sibling filenames.
I think a reasonable approach would be alpha-numerically (e.g., for current file name “1.1” would want “next” to be “1.2” and “previous” to be “1.0” NOT)
Another alternative would be to set the “next” and “previous” based on the “index page” (i.e., if using the hierarchy notes feature, “next” and “previous” can be inferred from what order they appear there).
Would be open to other solutions, just don’t want to have to write the “next” and “prev” in manually, especially since files are often changing and getting refactored and so on. But since the pattern I’m using to name my files is consistent, then I just want to leverage that to have a handy hotkey