Given that all other cursor hotkeys (found in most code editors and text boxes in browsers) are working as expected (e.g. CTRL+f, CTRL+a, CTRL+e…), I feel this was just missed in the implementation.
Steps to reproduce
CTRL + b
Cursor in the editor moves one character back
The emacs-keystroke bindings in Mac systems are due to the history of the NSText components coming from NeXT where those were bound to emacs keys. So it’s a historical nice legacy but not an industry standard.
Yes agreed that it’s not an industry standard, but it feels out of place to just have that one binding not working in Obsidian.
I have a fix for the upcoming version but sadly Ctrl-B actually does bold instead of what you described.
**|** around your cursor, or toggles
**around a selection**.
Ctrl+B doesn’t move the cursor for me on Chrome Windows… which browser & OS are you referring to?
@Silver as @ksandvik replied, the key bindings are present in MacOS, not in Windows.
@Licat in MacOS it should be cmd+b for bold correct? I’m referring to ctrl+b on MacOS.
control-b, similar to control-a (beginning of line) and control-e (end of line).
Bold is usually command-b.
I can confirm that this is fixed now in 0.6.4! Thank you
Thanks! Moving to graveyard.