Collapse should collapse parent node if user is on a collapsed node.

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    Frank (Workflowy Support)

    Hi Damon,

    The way that collapsing works is that it doubles up as an expand feature too. I understand your suggestion... although do you have a suggestion to differentiate between whether a collapsed node your cursor is currently in should expand... or if it should collapse one level up to the parent list (Scenario 2)?

    In Scenario 1, if the logic of scenario 2 were to be used, I'm assuming you're proposing that first the "child/ parent" list should be collapsed... and then upon further activation, the outline should be collapsed to "Parent"? 

     

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    Damon Paul

    The outline could be collapsed to the parent node.

    Collapse command pressed
    IF current node is open,
    Collapse node
    ELSE
    Collapse parent node
    END

    If you use arrow keys in MacOS’s finder, this is how it works.

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    Frank (Workflowy Support)

    Thank you for your suggestion! I will queue this for further consideration!

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