Frank here. A couple of users in the WorkFlowy Slack User Group (including myself) have chimed in and expressed that they much prefer the old behavior of the Ctrl+Shift+Backspace keyboard shortcut... which has lists being deleted consecutively from bottom to top – as opposed to the new behavior of the cursor moving to the next list down after deleting – and therefore deleting from top to bottom.
Here's the thread if you you are able to access it:
The gist is that the new "deleting direction" is not as intuitive as it was before in that usually when you hit backspace, your cursor goes left/ up as opposed to down. That and the fact that it's not only a "directional" dynamic. That's just on the surface. In my opinion, the main reason for reverting back to a "bottom-to-top" deleting dynamic would be because this allows you to delete incrementally through a list/ hierarchy (if you so choose) and finally delete the parent list at the top level. Otherwise what we have now is that if you delete a group of children lists from top to bottom... once you're done, the cursor moves on to the next hierarchy down and from there on out all you do is blast entire outlines out of the way (if you don't place your cursor elsewhere).
This is quite a biggie for me... and it seems that other users are coming out of the woodwork and saying the same thing, unanimously.
Thanks a ton for all the amazing adjustments. NONE of it goes unnoticed – including the sublime page loader. Just incredible.
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