Home and End keys do not go to front and back of wrapped item


#1

Steps to reproduce

Create a single-line item that is long enough that the text wraps onto multiple lines. Press “home” and/or “end” keys.

Expected result

If “home” is pressed the cursor should move to the front of the logical line (i.e. the beginning of the item in the case of a single-line item). If “end” is pressed the cursor should move to the end of the logical line.

Actual result

If “home” is pressed the cursor moves to the beginning of the current visual line (from wrapping). If “end” is pressed the cursor move to the end of the current visual line.

Environment

Windows 10, Chrome 71


#2

There are shortcuts for this - go into the keymaps option - set them to whatever you want (even home / end)


#3

I haven’t yet signed up for Pro, but definitely considering it. Until then I guess I can use ctrl+A then left or right arrow.

It seems strange to me that this is default home/end behavior though, as it doesn’t seem very useful.