hello there @overtlycovert !! sorry for the late reply. the additional checkbox statuses are more of a cosmetic change rather than an a functional/software one - therefore it isn’t as easy as querying “WHERE Rescheduled” because the additional checkboxes aren’t part of the app itself. A theme can’t really offer “software functionality” so it isn’t possible on my end.
But, there might be a dataview specific way of being able to do this! Though, I do not use dataview in my setup so I am unsure. You can definitely try asking the dataview dev or other dataview folks on the forum or Obsidian Discord.
I hope this helps, and I hope you find a solution!!
hello there @swehba , thjank you for the kind words!! glad you’ve come to appreciate the brown tones
i have not heard of a progress bar when scanning for updates to plugins… can you show me how this looks or maybe let me know what theme has this feature? i’ll check it out and see what i can do. sounds like a good idea actually!
This is an amazing theme! makes obsidian look totally diferent, Thank you so much for your effort. You really have a special sensitivity for colors. My only wish is for the Checklist plugin to work. That would be perfect. Thank you so much again!
Hey there @ArtemisFowl !! Thank you so much for the kind words, and really good question. I’ll add it to the roadmap so that you can change the bullet point styling to the standard ones/or just bullets! It should come out sometime next month (June)!
I’m still new to Obsidian, and I wonder about the appearance differences between ‘reading’ and ‘live preview’ modes. Ideally the two should look identical. In this specific instance, is there any limitation that makes blockquotes appear differently in both modes?
Dear @Cecilia_May, thank you for this theme! As far as I can tell, it’s the richest Obsidian theme out there in terms of styling and customization. This must have been a huge amount of work, but now the entire community is benefitting from it!
One feature I miss is customization of the basic colors like background, plain text, UI. The theme provides many options for adjusting the styles of different document elements but not these. For the time being I’ll explore using custom CSS.
Having played with the CSS for a while, a better option seems to introduce a color-scheme option to the style. This would allow for reusing the fantastic overall design of the style but with different colors.
Thank you so so much for all the love, support, bug reports, and suggestions you’ve been pouring onto the theme I apologize for the recent lack of updates as I’ve been working on a web comic with a tight deadline soon to be released. I’ll come back with great updates this August.
All your comments have been read and noted - I apologize for not having replied directly yet, but I will soon!!
Thank you very much for developing Primary. It’s because of this theme that I decided to get a commercial license and make Obsidian my main tool at work for personal knowledge management. Everything might figuratively be on fire from time to time in my office, but the color scheme, fonts, and other elements in Primary help to keep me calm and collected as I keep track of my tasks and write notes to record the chaos of meetings and correspondence with co-workers.