I’m new to Obsidian and loving it, one thing that’s missing though is when I change the view of a note from editor to preview and want to scroll. Since I’m using VIM it’d be really helpful to keep at least the basic navigations shortcuts to scroll through a note (j, k, Ctrl + D, Ctrl + U) in preview mode. Even if you’re not using VIM I’ve found that’s difficult to scroll using the arrows since you first have to click on the note and have it as an ‘active’ window for it to recognize the scrolling arrow gestures (I use Ctrl + E to toggle between editor and preview). So in short: It’ll be awesome if the users that have enabled VIM could scroll using VIM gestures in preview mode!
I too would love this feature. It always throws me to edit in VIM mode and then switching to preview and I have to fumble for my mouse again. I have VIM mode enabled in all apps/software that allows it or has a plugin for it.
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Use case or problem
In reading mode, Obsidian may support at least ‘j’, ‘k’ key binding to browse in the note.
At least support the following key-binding for browsing easily.