Mark a whole line e.g. bold with one key stroke
ChrisCN il y a 10 ans • mis à jour par Alex Jenter il y a 9 ans • 14
Until now it was possible to hit CTRL-B to mark a whole line as bold (when no character was selected). I used this feature daily to accent headlines within notes.
Unfortunately this was considered as a bug which got fixed now.
So I request to get new key combinations to set the formatting for a whole line. E.g. CTRL+SHIFT+B for bold and so on...
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I like that a lot. Great idea Chris. I've just tested the combinations Ctrl+Shift+U/B/I/K. They are not used yet and can be used to support your suggestion. After all, the changes make CN behave to standards, still offering cool features.
Please bring it back, maybe make it a preference setting.
It realy beats selecting a whole line, everytime you want format a header
When you want to format part of a line, selecting that would already work fine.
No bug, but one of my favorites!
Thanks for implementing the find-inside-a-note, but could we have back the original bold-the-line with simple control-B when nothing is selected? Pleeeaaaase? Therewas no reason to eliminate this practical and productive feature, otherwise than the lack of an existing convention to hang on to. Should you remove valuable functionality because you are the only one to provide it? Can anyone point out the disadvantage of keeping this keystroke combination?
Same goes of course for control-I or other style control keys.
Thanks for considering the Return of the Control-B.
Thanks for your comment!
Thomas is correct - we plan to return this functionality with a special option.
Also it will be possible to use the "alternative" way via adding Shift to the shortcut.
Can be marked as completed.