Steps to reproduce
Open any Dynalist document, and scroll down to some bullet, and click on that bullet’s line and optionally type something.
Then in the sidebar, click on a different document.
Then press the Dynalist back button (browser back button if on web).
I would expect that pressing the back button, more so in the desktop Dynalist program, would automatically jump back to the bullet point that I was on before.
Right now, when I press back, the cursor always goes to the first line in the document.
MacOS Dynalist desktop app 1.1.16.