1. Have you searched for an existing request?
I’m curious which OS you’re on. I forget how I did it exactly, but I’ve enable limited emacs keybindings globally on macOS. So C-n and C-p work for cycling through the command-palette. Also C-a and C-e to jump to the start and end of the line are very handy
2. Use case or problem
for workaround of wrong operatoin, I use some commands without shortcut key. so, I use command palette, and need to move right hand for taking a command.
3. Proposed solution
ctrl+j: move down in command palette
ctrl+k: move up in commadn palette
enter: to use the command
with these shotcut key, I’m sure to feel so happy.
my hands, too.
4. Current workaround (optional)
move my right hand to arrow keys.
5. Related feature requests (optional)
I didn’t know I wanted this!
In a obsidian, I hope to any operation without mouse, with arrow keys a little.
I imagine my operations for vim-mode, and know others imagine them for emacs-mode.
so, It would be imagined what hot-key is changed to.
I was about to make a separate post, but I think I can tag it here cos it seems similar.
I’ve wanted to have ctrl+j/k in the popup for link suggestions in addition to the palette. It’s pretty standard in Vim, Spacemacs and VSCodeVim as well.
So I guess it’s a related feature request? Enter and ctrl+[ work the same way too.
I really hope this feature will come soon. I use CTRL-J and CTRL-K everywhere I can to scroll in suggestions.
Fully agree. Probably should be customized depending on your preferences (Emacs style or vim style).
Personally, I always try Ctrl-J and Ctrl-K every time I open the command palette, before realizing I cannot do that.
Karabiner to map
ctrl-p to down and up arrows respectively. In Karabiner, you can set the mapping only while Obsidian is active.
If any one wants to try, here is mapping in my
Any update? Obsidian v0.15.6 already supports using “ctrl-n/p” to navigate, will “ctrl-j/k” to be possible?