Quick switcher is not finding a note called “Sample JSON for Mongo Dynamic Assortment Filter” when typing the word “Dynamic” into the quick switcher. See video for repro.
Open GIF in new tab otherwise its difficult to see the issue
Steps to reproduce
Open quick switcher, type “dynamic”. Does not find result.
Should find the entry.
Obsidian version: v0.13.19
Installer version: v0.12.19
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Community theme: Obsidian Nord
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1: Advanced Tables
Can you please define “Last Opened”? I mean the file was OPENED, it was physically opened in Obsidian. If this is confusing me (from a UI/UX perspective), then I can guarantee it’ll confuse any casual user of Obsidian.
How do I “open” a file in Obsidian? I have in order:
Opened the file and read the contents in Obsidian
Edited the file and added text to it
How much more do I have to do for the file to be considered the last “opened”?
I haven’t opened any of the other MD files you’re seeing in my Quick Switcher screenshot in over a week, so I do not understand why the Quick Switcher would not propagate the “Sample JSON for Mongo Dynamic Assortment Filter” note to the top.
stat (on macos) shows the following information in terminal:
If it’s not sorted by “recently visited”, then what is the sort priority?
EDIT: I realized that the wording on the help page is technically the first notes brought up in Quick Switcher. I’m guessing there is no sorting at all when you start typing a search keyword. Do I understand that correctly?
Yeah I think I got it. I had a misunderstanding of how Quick Switcher works because when first opened (Cmd-O), it shows you the most recently accessed files, but then does not have sorting as soon as you start to type in a search term. Thanks, I might bring this up in an FR.