Well, actually this is not entirely correct. All applications say Ctrl +, but actually mean Ctrl =. Or they allow both + and =. On the English keyboard layout - = are without the shift key. So to use Ctrl + would mean to use the shift key. Which is not the case in any of the apps that show Ctrl +.
However, I do understand your point. I know how I can make this work.
I’ve noticed one oddity that’s apparently existed in multiple versions: pressing the end key while the Notebook list is in focus moves the list to the bottom like expected but pressing home doesn’t bring it back to the top. That’s an annoyance that may be fixable under hotkeys in the options dialog.
To duplicate this weird event:
Select a Note
Hold Shift and select any other note
Press End key
This only seems to happen when multiple notes are selected instead of a single note.
Have you fully backed up your Notebooks to a Jex and moved your joplin-desktop directory elsewhere to start fresh? That message usually shows up when going between Joplin releases that changes the database.
We had a few of these errors lately but I can't make sense of them. The only explanation would be that an empty zero-byte database is created somehow, and so all tables are missing. It's normally not possible that some tables are missing and others are not.
Long term, can’t that lead to possible notebook corruption and eventually possibly lost resources and whatnot? I noticed that when i was using pcloud for syncing (just set up Nextcloud for first time due to free account restrictions creeping up), every so often, I’d lose a random resource from previous notes. It’s not often enough to be worrisome yet and i thought it was pcloud being the culprit. If these keep cropping up, though, that means there could be some serious issues eventually.
I think it’s some other issue. SQLite is very reliable and wouldn’t randomly corrupt the database or drop tables or rows. For the particular issue sciurius had, it might be some problem with the way it was installed or something.
As for missing resources, it would be a different issue. Maybe a problem with sync - there’s no known bug in sync but it could be some edge case we don’t know about. Or some issue with your config. Or some problem with pCloud (isn’t their WebDAV support discontinued?)
Pretty much all of this. And pcloud doesn’t officially support webdav but have it as a legacy feature, from what i can tell. That’s a huge part of my move too, since long term, they could theoretically pull the plug and wipe out my stuff due to this mindset.