Hi, would you consider adding quick access to Examples via CTRL+SHIFT+P?
I am trying to explain in a custom node-help how to access examples without reverting to "click hamburger menu at top right of node-red, then click import, then when the import dialog appears, click examples".
I'd much prefer write something like "Press CTRL+SHIFT+P then type example"
A default shortcut would be a bonus
Another really nice to have would be being able to (from the built in help) click a button or link that actually triggers the opening of the examples dialog? That would be great (perhaps its possible already?)
There are entries for import and library but not examples - demo...
As always, i appreciate how low priority this is and how busy you are - but if its in the memory banks & you pass by that bit of code & it's a nice easy quick addition - please consider it.
Thank you very much Nick
Can I assume as you didn't reply to this part...
... means there is no way of doing this?
Sorry, I overlooked that part.
That's an interesting idea for sure. Bit more than a one line change however.
In 1.1.0, the help text is actually moving to its own dedicated tab in the sidebar. You can see a preview of that here: https://recordit.co/I8muJngLj4 (including the new outline view in the Info sidebar).
I'll keep your suggestion in mind and see if there's a natural place to add such a button.
Thanks again Nick.
PS, that looks nice - with the addition of linking to examples would be even sweeter
In an effort to improve discovery, I have recently started adding this in my nodes help (so it is front and centre)...
Wow - thanks @dceejay for the title fix - I missed that (I think Nick did too)
Nice! And I see that you also extended the functionality of the treeList to accomplish this. Just what I need for one of my next contributions
There has been a lot of work done to the treeList to make it more useful. How quickly the docs catch up is another matter....
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