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Hi, Sometimes I fail to apply highlighters correctly. For example, when red underline is applied, I see that it stretches also across the space between the sentences, which was not my intention. If I had Undo available, I could press Command+Z and adjust selection and apply red underline highlighter again. Now I have to remove underline highlighter, sometimes it removes not just underline, but background highlighter as well… and I have to apply two highlighters anew.
While creating custom layers in Atlas, could there be an UNDO feature, just in case 3 steps down you realize you made a mistake, and instead of losing all the data/moves you previously made because you didn't click save, you could hit undo for a few steps instead? Also, After CMD-F (Find) on map, I realize that there is no CLEAR ALL SEARCHES button, but what I'd have to do to make all the highlighted "found" cities not be red is to close the map and open a new one. But then, there's all the selections I've also made, etc. When showing a class it'd be nice to be able to clear my searches and start afresh right from the same map. (Even an option to have those cities stay on the map but revert to normal lettering?)
It's unusual these days (I would have thought) for a level of Undo history to not be available for text editing. I often find that the User Notes are easily warped if pressing undo. Strange characters can be inserted, or whole sections wiped. Similarly, it would appear that entering Hebrew can be problematic, with the direction of entering text inconsistent (e.g., entering a qal + waw consecutive of the verb to be). I can of course work around this by editing the contents in Text Edit, but then the formatting and colours may not be preserved when pasting the finished note back. So better text editing support in general would be a great plus (even inline editing of notes).