Currently command + option + L and S toggle the note list and sidebar. This is awesome, and I use it all the time. Recently I added plugins above / below those features, and now I realize the limitation of the current keyboard shortcut.
Would it be possible to expose (or change) the toggle keyboard shortcuts so that they affect the panel vs the feature?
I read this paragraph twice - no joy ! Can you explain what it means when youadd a plug-in above and below keyboard commands ... and then see a limitation of a shortcut ? I am sure you wrote it with best intentions.
It was already a bit late when I wrote this.... I'll try again
Long story short... with this plugin you should be able to toggle the visibility of multiple panels with one command, i.e. one keyboard shortcut. Which panels are toggled by this commmand can be configured.
For example you would be able to toggle the visibility of ALL panels with one shortcut like command + option + t. All you have to do is specify the list of "toggle" commands in the settings for Toggle Command Group 1 and assign the keyboard shortcut to its corresponding command toggleCommandGroup1.
For usability there can be multiple of these groups to handle several scenarios, like:
Group 1 = toggle all panels
Group 2 = toggle panels in column one (left most column)
I came here because of the same problem (outline plugin right under the Notes List --> F11 only toggles the note list, but outline stays visible and cannot be toggled).
The proposed solution here would solve my use-case.
What I originally wanted to propose would be the possibility to create additional shortcuts that toggle the visibility of one or more individual panels. Then I could create a setup like this:
default: F10 toggles Notebook list, F11 toggles Notes List
my-key-combination-a toggles the outline plugin panel
my-key-combination-b toggles the tabs plugin panel
my-key-combination-c toggles Notebook list, Notes list and outline panel
Note: I'm using "panel" to refer to the rectangle in which some content is displayed, like they are visible when using the layout view. Not completely sure about the distinction panel vs. feature that was made above.