Use case or problem
I like my Obsidian interface to be very clean. Having the option to not show something unless I need it is helping me concentrate.
The tab title bar is very handy and a great feature, but i would like to have the option to quickly toggle it on or off. Implementing a command that I could then give a hotkey would be perfect for me.
Add a command for the “Show tab title bar” setting.
Example: “Toggle tab title bar”
Current workaround (optional)
There are various things you could do with a css snippet, but having the hotkey would be the perfect solution.
The Hider plugin has a few commands you could try (if you haven’t yet) until there’s a built-in one.
Unfortunately as far as I can tell it does not have an option to toggle the
Tab title bar.
I had a quick look at the styles.css on github and
Toggle tab bar is hiding the tab bar at the top.
Thanks for the reminder though. I totally forgot about that plugin
and will probably use it now for all the other options instead of my own css snippets.
Well, silly me. I just saw that i can add a command to anything I’ve set up in Style Settings, which I’m already using anyway.
That will do great for me, I still think this should be a built-in command though. I will leave this feature request open.