From a previous post, where it was asked to pull into a separate thread:
One other thought I had for a request was jump history so you can navigate around the jump stack. Perhaps there’s a buffer that remembers your row locations so you can navigate back and forth via a menu command.
Let me try explaining again. Right now we have
Focus In and
Focus Out. A lot of apps will generally have some type of History menu for Navigating Back and Forward:
Certain actions would make sense to keep track of so you can go back to jump back to your previous focused row. Let me give you an example.
- Let’s say I’m focused in on today’s journal
- I then run a scripting command that brings me to my inbox
- Cool, I’ve added something quickly in my inbox and want to jump back to my today’s journal
- I hit
Focus Outbut it brings me back home and I have to navigate back manually