When I use the forward or backward key commands on the Mac desktop app, on the new page, Dynalist automatically puts the cursor on the first line.
But I think that it shouldn’t do this. If I just used cmd+<- to go to the previous page, there’s a high probability I want to go back to the page I just came from with cmd+ ->.
But since these shortcuts only work after I press Escape, it results in annoying UX.
So would it be possible to make it not directly start editing a line upon going back or forward?