Whenever I’m drag-and-dropping a text block from one file to another in split screen, the text appears fully selected in the resulting note, and I have to click again to deselect it.
I don’t see a single reason, why the drag-and-dropped text should be selected, like what would I do with it now? If I made a mistake and want to undo, I would just Ctrl + Z. Anything else will just replace the added text. So this way, every drag-and-drop just requires one more click to go further.
Simply disable the full selection of the text on drag-and-drop or add a setting toggle, if for some reason it’s important for someone (would be nice to see the use case).
Good idea. I hadn’t noticed this, but I guess, with it selected, you could perhaps more easily drag and drop the text into another note. However, this seems like a very rare use case not worth the extra clicks/key presses. More importantly, like you mentioned, it is relatively easy to make unnoticed mistakes causing the pasted text to be replaced.
As a side note, while writing this response, I was reminded of another similar scenario to avoid. When cutting a selection using
Ctrl x, be sure not to accidentally press
Ctrl c before pasting the copied content, as this will cause the originally cut content on the clipboard to be replaced with the newly copied content. From what I remember, you used to be unable to undo this snafu, but things may have changed since.
Yeah, it’s just that in my workflow I’m constantly drag-and-dropping from one note to another and this redundant clicking gets old really fast
About the accidental Ctrl+C after Ctrl + X, I checked that if the accidental Ctrl+C’s content is empty, it doesn’t count, and the text is pasted as usual.