I am running Obsidian 0.14.15 on a Mac and using the Minimal theme. Anyone know how I can remove the two annoyances described below?
I have a few notes that are collections of a header line followed by a list. For instance, I keep a running record of my Wordle games in a note using the following format:
## 2022.07.13 + LEAST (A green; L yellow) + PLAID (L,A,D green) + BLAND (solved) ## 2022.07.14 + LEAST (L green; E yellow) + LINEN (L,I,E green) + LIVER (solved) ## 2022.07.15 + LEAST (E green) + PERCH (E green) + BENDY (E green; D yellow) + WEDGE (solved)
When switching to a note like this, the cursor starts positioned at the beginning of the note, but I need it at the end. Fortunately there’s a shortcut (CMD + DOWN ARROW) that moves the cursor to the last character and scrolls the note to end. This worked perfectly in edit mode of the legacy editor. With the source mode of the new editor, however, I find that while the shortcut key combination still moves the cursor to the end, it only scrolls to just before the line containing the last header. So, if the example above was at the end of a much longer collection of such entries, pressing the key combination will move the cursor to line after ‘WEDGE’, but it only scrolls far enough to show the line after ‘LIVER’. I then have to manually scroll the rest of the way.
Note, I do not see this same odd scrolling behavior in notes that have a couple header lines at the top which are then followed by many paragraphs of text. Pressing the key combination on those does the correct thing.
I have a Templater template that I run daily. One of the things it does is position the cursor a the end of the line where I need to start typing. Since switching to source mode, the cursor ends up a the beginning of that line instead of the end.