Is there a way to search by key combination. That is, I type a key combination and see what command it is mapped to? This is really useful for users who are trying out various key combinations for a command until they find one that “feels right”.
There isn’t one yet, but I agree this would be useful: would you mind creating a #feature-requests for it?
Are you looking to see what a shortcut already does in Obsidian, or are you looking to see if a shortcut activates something outside of Obsidian? In the second case, you’re looking for conflicts between Obsidian shortcuts and other software of the OS?
Within Obsidian, of course, the Settings > Hotkey panel reveals most of what Obsidian knows about shortcuts.
@anon27868835. I meant the former: to see what a shortcut already does in Obsidian. Currently, the Settings>Hotkey panel only shows shortcut–>key-combination. But I’m looking for a way to search by key-combination, if that makes sense. This is a common feature in IDEs and code editors like Visual Studio, for example.