Steps to reproduce
- Set the “Select this and ____ item” shortcuts as something other than default.
- Place cursor anywhere on a multi-line note.
- Use a “Select this and ____ item” shortcut.
It selects current item, and additional items on subsequent uses.
Depending on where the cursor was, it does nothing.
Windows 10: Happens in both web app (Chrome version 60.0.3112.113) and desktop app (Dynalist 1.0.38).
From what I can tell, the way the shortcuts were originally set up to work was like this: The first time you use Shift+:arrow_up: or Shift+:arrow_down:, if you aren’t on the top line or bottom line respectively, it just selects text in that direction, and only select the entire item if you’ve already selected to the top of the line.
If I start with the cursor in the middle line of the second item below:
Using Shift+:arrow_up: selects to the first line:
Then using Shift+:arrow_up: again selects the entire item:
However, if the shortcut is set to something else (say, Shift+Alt+:arrow_up: in my case), then it only selects the item if the cursor was already on the top line, otherwise it does nothing. It makes sense for it to work this way when the shortcut is set to its default, as it mimics the normal function of other text editors, but when the keyboard shortcut is changed it should simply select the entire item from wherever the cursor is.