Including a tag with punctuation immediately after it causes both the tag and the punctuation to be highlighted. For @example, in this sentence the highlighted portion would end up being: @example,
This cosmetic detail isn’t very significant and the expected value (without the punctuation) is added to the suggested list; however, clicking on the highlighted label (to do a search) populates the find box with both the tag and the punctuation, and this is unexpected behavior.
Steps to reproduce
Starting from scratch, what are the steps to make the bug happen? The fewer the steps, the better.
Add an item like: This is a @test. Be sure to include the punctuation.
Click on the highlighted link to perform a search.
What do you expect to see after carrying out the steps above?
The word @test to be highlighted and clickable.
Instead of the expected result, what happened?
The word and punctuation @test. are highlighted and clickable.
Which operating system are you using? Which browser are you using? If you’re using a desktop or mobile app, what’s the version number of Dynalist?
Chrome 55 on Windows 10 Anniversary. Sorry, not sure how to find out what version of Dynalist I’m using, but it appears to be up-to-date as of Friday, 2017-02-10 at 5pm EST.
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I’ve tested labels with a hash-sign at the beginning as well as an at-sign and with trailing commas and trailing periods at the end and the results seem to be the same. So things like
all seem to exhibit this behavior.