Testing version: 11417 on MacOS
What were you doing: Dragging sub-items to reorder them on an unordered list
What feature did you use: drag and drop lists to reorder
What happened: Only on sub-items, they are combined them into one item or moved to a different indention What did you expect to happen: that I could reorder sub items in a list
Ah, I reported this as well:
When reordering items in lists using drag-and-drop:
List items should snap to the item level. Currently they snap to the line level, which means you can accidentally drop a list item right in the middle of another list item (if it spans more than a single line).
Sub-items in multi-level lists should behave the same way, but they don’t snap at all and instead can break up text at any point.
Glad someone brought attention to the issue again, really hope they fix this up.
I’ve been encountering this since the beta first came out, but I thought it was such an obvious and painful bug that everyone else would report it and it would be fixed. But last night I realized it has been a couple months and it still exists, and I actually need to use this feature almost every day. That’s what I get for being lazy, and not reporting it myself!
@trix180 hi! Any ideas on this one? I don’t think this is functioning as intended, but curious on your thoughts.
No, it’s not intended and it’s possibly caused by some changes we me made to the list tabs/spaces management. We’ll work on a fix for next update.
Thank you so much! I know this is a small thing, but I’m genuinely excited to use this.