with this, I can use toolbar to quickly input status. however, changing from status to status still requires both removing wip tag and checking, which feels unnecessary and leaves artifacts sometimes.
moreover, Live edit/Reading mode view does not render WIP properly. it just appear as empty checkbox.
What I’m trying to do
Is there a way to quickly mark WIP/in-progress with just single click? if it is not viable with simple plugin install, could anyone provide me a sample script for Obsidian dataview task override for multiple status modification with single click?
Thank you for presenting a useful feature. I didn’t think about the cursor toolbar! this is really useful for another use case. However, I am afraid to say that this isn’t what I need at the moment. It still has more than 3 steps to actually make the input: cursor move + toolbar click + special char key.
In the same settings there is also two other interesting options related to commands. You are allowed to enter random commands into the toolbar, and you’re able to trigger a command on swipe down from the top.
Then this question becomes that of: Can a command be made to change the status of the task?
And I think that is possible. Either through use of a dedicated Templater template which changes current text (which possibly could be a little hairy), or through a Quick Add macro which changes current line (I think it can do that, not quite sure). I’m not sure if Dataview can actually change current line easily. But the two former suggestions I now can manipulate some data, and they can be turned into commands, which again would be possible to trigger using the toolbar or the swipe down.