This is some simple CSS (just one rule) to achieve middle ground between the default outliner mode and the document mode.
It hides the bullet points completely for first level blocks that have no children. The moment you indent a block under another one, they both get the bullet points back.
This is set to work on desktop but not on mobile (where I need bullet points to access the block menu). You can also show again the bullet point by tagging the block with a tag that contains a @ like #@ (I use this in combination with Custom icons as bullet points)
Thankyou @alex0 this is exactly what I had been looking for long time.
This is very intuitive to have a page start as a blank one which is perfect for long firm writing as well. And when needed, bullets are invoked with simple indenting under the necessary heading/ context.
And all the block structure remains intact which is not the case with using t d
Another thing about the plug-in is that it adds tags like #.ul and others for lists and indentation. I personally would not want all those extra tags, even though all of Sethyan’s plug-ins are fabulous.
Thanks a lot! I really needed something like this. I wanted to ask you if there is a way to create the bullet just on the line I press tab.
I’m seeing that it creates the bullet just a line before the one I push tab.
Any idea how to make it?
Thanks a lot!
I still don’t get why Logseq doesn’t allow to choose if you want to see the bullet point or not.
It’s something disturbing for me visually for example.
Anyway, I’ll continue my research! Thanks again
Are you looking for something like this? When drilled down, the parent bullet has its bullet hidden, font size incerased, guideline removed, and various alignment tweaks to get it inline with the breadcrumb + child blocks.