Use case or problem
As of version 1.2.7 the behavior of home and end keys changed:
Suggest modals now support page down and page up as well as home and end keys for faster keyboard navigation.
In general I appreciate the possibility to quickly navigate the suggest modals. However, the new feature breaks my workflow with wiki-links. Here I think it is crucial to have the home and end keys available to directly navigate inside a wiki-link. With the new feature, this is not possible anymore. Moreover modal navigation is completely useless for long links, where the suggest modal is very short (or empty).
At least for windows/linux keyboards, I suggest to move the modal-home/end-navigation from home and end to ctrl+page up and ctrl+page down
Alternatively an options switch in the menu would be fine, too, but I guess you want to reduce the number of such switches to an absolute minimum.
Current workaround (optional)
Currently the only way around is to press Esc before using home and end to exit the suggest modal first. But this is too slow and contra-intuitive.
Related feature requests (optional)
In addition to the old behavior it would be amazing, if home and end within wikilinks would first navigate inside the link and then outside (similar to the behavior inside bullet-lists, where home would first go to the beginning of the list-entry and only later to the beginning of the line.