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Feature Request: Command Palette Enhancements

First of all... I love the new command palette. Great work :+1:

But I still have two small wishes to make it perfect imho. To be honest, they are just copied from the Visual Studio Code command palette. But I think it could be useful in Joplin as well.

  1. Would it be possible to save the last 5 or 10 used commands (recently used) and then list them at first when you open the command palette?

    • So if I hit Ctrl+P and then Enter, the last used command would be triggered again.
  2. It would also be useful if the command palette shows the assigned keyboard shortcut for each command.

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I'd appreciate (2) as well - that would be a quicker way to check a shortcut than by going into the options menu (especially starting with your hands on the keyboard).

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[not sure if it was correct to revive this thread, so please split if that is better]

I'm trying to go all-in on the command palette and would also appreciate the two suggestions in the OP.

I'd also like to suggest adding the following commands (that as far as I know, don't exist)

  • Restart Joplin
  • Open Prefrences
  • Open userchrome.css
  • Open userstyle.css
  • Toggle development tools
  • All notes
  • Change theme

I'd also like to suggest that the command "setTag" be changed to "addTag." It is true that "add tag" might be interpreted as "add a new tag in general", but since we can't do that any way, no need to reserve the command.