I have a hard time finding a way to describe what I want in few words.
What I’m trying to do
Usually when you type
* you get
*<cursor>*. I find this very useful unless I am in a codeblock (three backticks before and three backticks after) or monospace/unformated (one backtick before and one after).
I would like to disable this behaviour, but only for
_ in code sections, but not in general an not for parentheses, braces, and brackets.
Things I have tried
The issue I have is that I have trouble naming the feature to search for it “embracing _” or “closing *” yields nothing on https://help.obsidian.md/.
You can find the setting here:
Settings -> Editor -> Auto pair markdown syntax
Not specific to code sections though.
The words I was looking for: Auto pair
I marked it as solution, even though it technically is not.
I will open a feature request to only disable certain auto pairinings in certain situations.
Make sure to search first — I think there might already be a request for this.
Which is why I did not get around to opening one yet. There are so many results for “auto pair” that I did not get around to looking through them.
There is this one that goes about it in a more dynamic manner, detecting if it is a code block or not: Make Obsidian's behavior on codeblocks dependent on their type
A closed bug: Auto Pair is active in a code fence block
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