When I’m using plugins, all too often it happens that they have a similar name to built in functionality.
When I type “Temp” both Obsidian’s Templates and Templater show up. When I type “link”, I most often use Day Planner’s “link current note” rather than “follow link under cursor” which I already had memorized as hotkeyed.
A preferences option to sort the command panel results by most used/most recently used commands.
Current workaround (optional)
Search for parts of words e.g. “ve fi” for “move file to another folder”, but it doesn’t always return the command I mean to use, and it’s a chore to learn.
Related feature requests (optional)
The same idea, but for quick switcher (opening notes rather than the command panel)
I think it would be useful and intuitive for this to behave the same as the Quick Switcher– Showing recent commands in order. Specifically commands accessed by the command palette, not commands used by hotkeys, buttons, etc.
I have opening Switcher++ in command-mode set to Ctrl+p, and I just want typing ‘pre’ or ‘prev’ to highlight ‘Toggle Live Preview/Source mode’. However, no matter how many times I use that command, ‘Go to previous tab’ remains the first, highlighted option, so it seems to me Switcher++ doesn’t reorder based on most/recently used.