How come Joplin doesn't know how to search in the current note? Assume you use Ctrl + F to search and jump to a specific match. When you close the search:
- The editor loses focus
- The match is not highlighted anymore
- The page scrolls down for some stupid reason. So even if you had your eye on the match it's freaking gone!
This is hard for me to understand. How can something trivial like this not be implemented properly. Every other text editor in the world handles this right (including notepad). When a developer starts a new project, do they just improvise and never look at any other similar products? It that's the case, maybe it's better to join an art class instead...
Adding an update to this cause this post is getting some heat.
First of all, I don't see why joining an arts class is seen as an insult. I really hope you don't imply that devs are smarter than artists. Because that would explain why lots of open source projects look kinda ugly and have poor UX. If I were an designer I wouldnt want to contribute to a project where these things are considered low-class and get little attention.
What I meant to say is that creativity should be used elsewhere. Not on functionality that is already established and works the same way in every other application.
IMHO, cases like these almost always get rejected instantly or get the lowest priority possible. Devs want to work on cool new ideas, I get it. BUt things like that add upp making the application less attractive.