As per this comment, I’ll make a separate feature request from it:
How about a Minimap, as Sublime Text, Atom, and other editors and IDE have it?
(Personally, I don’t have that many long documents in my second brain, but I really dig this feature in source code editors.)
Possible duplicate / merge candidate for this thread regarding an in-document outline.
I like this idea and definitely think it would make navigating longer documents easier. In the meantime, my current idea for a workaround is to create a “Table of Contents” (TOC) document to keep open while working on a long document. This TOC document could contain header links to each main section of the long document.
Bumped due to the fact that the core plugin, Outliner, isn’t exactly what we want.
I’d like to almost replace my verticle scrollbar with a minimap that I can scroll through, much like with vscode. Bonus points if you can hide/show the minimap with your cusror close enough to the edge.
like in VSCode minimap.
like minimap for webpage.
probably you can use pagemap · mini map for web pages · larsjung.de for building.
Thank you! I came in here for this. I happen to have some longer files in my obsidian publish and being able to have this feature on the web would be awesome. Web dev is def a new thing for me.
Bumped this due to my urge of having this working ASAP.
GitHub - lrsjng/pagemap: Mini map for web pages. was a really cool find!
EDIT: Here’s another thread bump I made recently: Minimap: "Where am I in this way too long document?" - #5 by gfy. Little more detailed of a response.