• CoderMoe

    A little 'bug' i noticed just now: the second line in the document cannot be moved up to first place position.

    Would it also be possible to make it as nondestructive as possible, ie., to preserve any whitespace characters at the beginning of the line? V2 of the script removes any indentation.

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  • CoderMoe

    @jsamlarose47
    I've tried the v2, they work really well. Really happy with this.

    I'd like to throw in some bonus requests: Would it be possible for the script to auto-deselect if the script started without selected text, but preserve selection if there was a starting selection? (How about preserving the cursor position within the moved line? I don't know if that's too much to ask.)

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  • CoderMoe

    Hey neat! I will try it out in a while and report back.

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  • CoderMoe

    That's cool, although there's a bit of disconnect — it's easy to drag the wrong handle, and you have to sweep your eyes from the text in the center of the screen to the handles at the edge of the screen. Plus you have to take your hand off the keyboard.

    The handles can feel very effortful to use in the worst scenarios. They're especially difficult to use if the paragraphs take up only one line of text each. A keyboard shortcut on the other hand would feel effortless. I quite love this app and just wish for this one feature 😞.

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  • CoderMoe

    Is it possible to create a workflow to move the current line (or all lines containing a selection, if there is a selection) up or down? If so, how? This is a feature that exists in most programming editors and is really handy. It is also a feature of iawriter, Word, and OneNote. It would be great to have it here. Cut-and-paste gets really old when you have a long series of lines that you have to reorganize manually.

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