Thanks @efemkay, I installed the Zoom plugin, still no joy.
This is what I have:
You can see, there are no bullets, Only the Arrow (on hover). Also, you can see the cursor 2nd from bottom line over on the left.
I have the built-in Outliner plug-in disabled (have tried both with and without it). I have returned to the default Theme, in case the community theme wasn’t compatible. I’ve watched as many Youtube tutorials as I can find, and cannot work out why it won’t behave in the way everyone is saying it should???
I’ve just opened LYT Kit 6, and it has the bullets and zooms just fine (with Outline core plug-in on, Outliner and Zoom installed), I even checked which Theme it has, and tried that, still no joy!!!
Version 2.2.5 of the plugin works. Version 2.3.0 does not.
Check to see what version of the plugin you’re using, downgrade to 2.2.5 if necessary.
Here’s how to downgrade:
Go to the releases page, open up the 2.2.5 section, click on main.js, manifest.json, and styles.css to download them to your computer, then move those 3 files to your vault/.obsidian/plugins/obsidian-outliner directory. That will overwrite the 2.3.0 files with the 2.2.5 version and you’ll be back in business.
You should be able to tab “another line” to go under “what about”. Do you have the 3 “enhance” options enabled in the plugin settings? Try disabling the other things, just to verify it works ok. I have only the three “enhance” options enabled on my system, and it works well with my Blue Topaz theme. Enabling those options gets all mixed up with what my theme is doing.
In general - you’re gonna have to tweak and try different things depending on your theme - it’s all a bit flaky since obsidian isn’t an outliner, no matter how much we want it to be.
Hi @LeslieP@Craig, Outliner going really well. I just love outlining for organizing work, so useful.
I’d like to put a request in to make Obsidian more ‘Outline friendly’, but can you help me with one more question. When you have the indents, and there is the vertical line, shouldn’t you be able to click on the line to close the whole thread?
When I open up an older page, it might have all the indents open, and for navigational clarity I want everything closed. Is there a shortcut to close, or open, everything, the whole page, to the highest Indent levels?