#167 Enter and Shift+Enter

v1.0 (example)
closed-out-of-date
nobody
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5
2015-10-16
2014-03-19
No

Hi,

(NixNote 1.6 installed on Fedora 20)

I noticed a behaviour that produces some overhead. when editing a paragraph with multiple line breaks done with Enter. So that a free area is generated between the old and the new line and the following line ends with Enter+Shift (no area is generated):

1)asdfasdf

2)asdfasdf
3)asdasdff

(like this)

Now, goning to the second line making backspace and type Shift+Enter. Should remove the generation of a new paragraph and it should look like this:

1)asdfasdf
2)asdfasdf
3)asdasdff

However, this is not the case. It looks like the following:

1)asdfasdf
2)asdfasdf

3)asdasdff

So, the editing of the first line break has an influence on the second one and so on. To remove all new-paragraph-generating line breaks I have to go itteratively through the whole part.

Discussion

  • Randy Baumgarte

    Randy Baumgarte - 2015-10-16
    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date
     
  • Randy Baumgarte

    Randy Baumgarte - 2015-10-16

    Closing as out-of-date. Please try nixnote2 if you are still having issues.

     

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