Steps to reproduce
Select three. Cut.
Move to the start of One. Paste.
- Four. One
The trouble with this result is it becomes difficult to fix the structure. Yes, I can press enter to separate Four and One, but to restore the proper structure is a pain because all the things that used to be under One are no longer under One. Because One changed its indentation in the process, but its children didn’t.
So the workaround is to make an empty spot before pasting, but the simple question is: Is there any situation you do NOT want a multi-node paste to behave like Expected Result above? I think that result is always desired, and would make cut/paste operations much smoother to execute.