I would like to find and toggle some settings more quickly. The Editor settings Show frontmatter and Default view mode are two good examples.
Obsidian includes the latter in the Command Palette, which is a good solution. Expanding that solution to encompass all settings might impact performance or make it difficult to navigate the palette.
Add an option in the command palette to search for any setting, opening a new command palette prompt. The user can search for any setting. For boolean/switch settings, the user can toggle the setting from the palette. For other settings, the command palette will bring the user to that setting.
Current workaround (optional)
Open the settings from the command palette and then look for the setting you want. Might even have to touch the mouse and click something. Oh no.
The command palette needs more power. How good it would be if it made every toggle-able option in Obsidian accessible in Ctrl+P menu?
For instance: It is pain to toggle CSS snips everytime from settings.
Refer the Command Palette in Sublime text editor to understand what I mean.
Would also be great to be able to assign hotkeys. For example, readable line length is a setting I like most of the time, but any time I need to do anything with a table, it becomes a huge pain. Would be nice to be able to toggle this with a shortcut.
I limited the scope of the feature request to what I thought looked like a vertical slice of the app that fits within a reasonable amount of developer effort (assuming that the proposal is itself worth pursuing). Seeing whether users adopt this functionality might give some indication about whether users also would adopt a deeper-digging, do-all-the-things preferences manager in the Command Palette. Think of this feature request as an MVP in that direction.
Plus, if I didn’t limit the scope then I’d end up asking for the Palette to support custom VIM-like hotstring commands that jump to specific sub-menus and options. And for warm cookies.
interesting idea, I am using QuickAdd to make such menu for my-self, which takes time to create for every command. it would be nice to have some way to categorize them easily. remembering keyword to search them gets harder as we go forward and number of commands increase.