I often want to quickly open a page.
ctrl+k searches all blocks and also prompts me to create a new page, or a new whiteboard, as the first item for partial matches (see picture), which means I have to enter two keystrokes to get to the page I want. I only want to search page titles and I don’t want to create a new page for a partial match. It would be great if logseq could support this open page shortcut with
Agree. Ctrl+shift+o could also be implemented to open the page in the right panel.
You can create shortcuts and configure
mod+o (or any shortcut) to open the search (
go/search not the exact keybinding that
ctrl+k uses, with the problematic behavior outlined above?
there is a simple solution - just have the ‘go to page’ appear above the ‘create new page’ using command K. this is similar to the behavior if you type [[ - it defaults first to search, then you can down arrow to create new page or whiteboard. no need to create a different short cut IMO so we can use command K to quickly go to a page and keep the same muscle memory. like spotlight in safari or most other tools
This doesn’t address my complaint that is ‘searches all blocks’ instead of just pages, but it would be an improvement.