callistabr 3 Posted September 5, 2014 Share Posted September 5, 2014 *Edit: I didn't realize I could submit a support ticket as a free user. I have done so just now.* Hello there, I want to report some behavior that might be a bug. I just updated to EN 184.108.40.20632 (272632) Public yesterday. I have just started using EN religiously in the past week or so. I use it on my Windows machine at work (Dell running Windows 7), my iPhone, my iPad, and my MacBook at home. Today when I was tagging some notes on my Windows work machine, I noticed that I type some letters of the tag I want to use in the tag bar (list view), and a list of options appears. However, when I select one of those options, either by using the mouse pointer and clicking, or by keyboard navigation and pressing enter, it does not accept the tag that I selected. Instead, it creates a new tag using the few letters that I have typed. So, for example, I start typing "so" for "3-soon", and a bunch of options come up. I select "3-soon", and either highlight and click or select using the arrows and return, and all I get is a new tag called "so" that I have to go and delete. This behavior does NOT occur when I start out typing with the first letter/character of the tag - such as if I start typing "3". I am wondering why the list of options comes up at all if it will only accept tags that start with the "correct" letter/character. I thought these autocomplete suggestions were great, because I was having trouble remembering which number belongs to which timeframe, and remembering "soon", "later", etc is much easier than remembering the number I associated with it. I have other tags that I want ordered a specific way that have numbers and/or characters preceding them as well. But if EN only accepts autocomplete suggestion selections that match the tag starting letter, this is creating more work. It does not behave as expected. I would prefer if only those suggestions appeared that it would actually accept. I'm attaching a picture with a series of screenshots to show the behavior. What is not shown is the pointer, which did not capture for some reason. Trust me, I'm actually pointing and clicking or hitting enter when the choice is selected. Here's a link to the screenshot on dropbox in case it doesn't appear here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5456038/EN%20screenshot.png Thanks! Callista Link to comment
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