Small feature request:
Sometimes I’ll search for something, realize I need to refine the terms, and then search for something else. But I’ll run into this UX issue:
- CTRL+F (or CMD+F) and type in my search query (e.g., “hello”)
- CTRL+ENTER to search over all documents.
- I realize I needed to search for something else, so I hit CTRL+F again. However, it now triggers the browser’s search feature, when I expected it to highlight (and select) the search term in the search box on the results page.
Basically, I’m at a search results page (i.e., https://dynalist.io/#q=hello) and I want to refine my search term so I instinctively hit CTRL+F. But this does something different than what I as a user expect, which is to move my cursor to (and possibly “select all”) the search box so I can edit the search terms.
Does anyone else run into this issue?