Hi again, @ryanjamurphy .
Starting from the bottom…
thanks for the pointer to “Move line up/ down”, that’s solved.
About “arbitrarily indenting”: thanks for your explanation about lists, that’s useful, and works. But this discussion helped me to understand that what I actually need to do is outlining with HEADINGS, not lists.
That is, I need a way to:
UPDATE: I just discovered in this other video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VdMfvppjFo
a partial, clunky but better-than-nothing answer to the questions below, that is "select all the text manually, THEN use “Move line up/down”. The question remains though:
- “grab” (preferably with hotkeys) any generic HEADING, together with all the paragraphs and sub-headings below it,
- drag and drop that whole block in any other place I want in the current outline (or should we say “Table of Contents”?)
Now, I see that if I click in the top right corner of the current note, and click on “Open Outline” I can do (1) above and only part of (2). I.e. I can grab, say, a level 2 heading, drag and drop it elsewhere in the outline pane, and all the text in the note will move accordingly.
But I cannot change heading level, that is I cannot grab a whole subchapter and drag it to the left, that is promote it to chapter. Or vice-versa. I can only move e.g. chapter 2.1 to become 1.1 or 3.1 And that is something I would really need to do.
So my original question becomes:
a) is it possible in the outliner pane to change LEVEL of a heading? Or is it manually typing or removing "#"s in the note source really the only way to do this?
b) are there any hotkeys to move headings around, in the note itself or in its outliner, or is it possible only with the mouse?