While editing a task and there exist at least one task below that task, hitting Enter doesn't create new task, it moves you to the task below, as CTRL + DownArrow does.
Unfortunately, we can't reproduce this issue. If you edit and existing tasks and there are tasks below it (or above), hitting Enter only saves the changes in the edited tasks and closed the input box.
Please tell me - what browser are you using and can you reproduce this issue in at least one different browser (if so - which one)?
Google Chrome 24.0.1312.57 m , Windows 8
Same issue with Firefox 16.02
According to your keyboard shortcuts - Hitting Enter saves current task and creates new below current. It is expectes as well as comfortable behaviour that I would like to see.
Actually it only saves current task. It doesn't move you to task below, anyway, that is not expected behavior.
Hitting Enter saves a new task and opens another input box below, but only if you start adding new tasks so you can continue to add further tasks. Editing an existing tasks just saves the changes with Enter.
If you wish to open a new task input box after you edit an existing task, please use:
SHIFT+Enter - if you want to open a new box below
CTRL+Enter - if you want to open a new box above.
Please clarify - how would you prefer this option to work so we can better understand what would be the most comfortable option for you and improve our app.
Thank you for your help. I have already discovered Shift + Enter shortcut. It is good as it is now, however, your guide is confusing as it states that "Enter Save current item and append a new item below it". When you know Shift + Enter Shortcut it is very intuitive and comfortable to use.
We will consider updating the description to point out that it refers to adding new tasks. For example, if you right-click on an existing task, choose "Add task below" and then start adding new tasks, you can just use Enter to save it and open the next input box just with Enter.
Thank you and sorry for inconvenience, I also should've searched more for shortcuts.