On older versions of Anki with the Mini Format Pack add-on, shortcut keys were available for initiating bulleted or numbered lists, as well as increasing or decreasing indent.
I have updated to Anki ver. 2.1.49. The included formatting options are a welcome addition. However, I do not see a keyboard shortcut for the bullet list, numbered list, increase indent, decrease indent functions. Most of the other buttons show their shortcuts when you hover over them.
Is there a way to create shortcuts for the aforementioned buttons?
Is there a way to add shortcuts to creating indents and outdents in anki’s inbuilt formatting options? I used to use the mini format pack which did indeed let you create your own shortcuts for every tool/function.
If I could I’d enable the mini format pack and disable the inbuilt Anki formatting options just to get those shortcuts, is that possible?
I noticed you can’t even indent or outdent with the button if you don’t have an numbered/bullet point list, I wish it wouldn’t be implemented so soon when there’s obviously a lot the mini format pack does better. For once it let’s you indent without making a list. And the shortcuts worked well too… I guess I’ll just have the mini format pack activated, though it’s a bit confusing when you can’t disable the new inbuilt anki formatting buttons
Mini Format Pack is an add-on after all. While it’s quite common for Anki users to install add-ons, I believe the majority will still benefit from this new implementation - even if there is no feature parity to Mini Format Pack yet.
The recent changes to the editor aren’t trivial and it’s a step-by-step process. I for one would not want that process to be slowed down because it doesn’t fit well with an add-on.
You could ask the add-on author to implement a hiding mechanism for the vanilla buttons.That wouldn’t be difficult. Just did that for you:
Perhaps hiding individual buttons will even be natively integrated:
I tried your addon you linked in your post and added the command to a shortcut, but it didn’t accept it. May you have a look at the picture I added for your and thank you very much !
(I also tried it with Alt instead of Strg, but I’m pretty sure it’s a different point)