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Add Things cheat sheet #332
"Try not to include really common keyboard shortcuts (e.g. Copy, Paste, Undo, Select All)."
This cheatsheet does include one Copy and two Paste commands with the standard shortcut:
IMO at least the inclusion of “Paste plain text to create new to-dos" is justified, because pasting to create an item, when there is no editable text area and no text insertion point, is not a standard behavior.
This seems consistent with the inclusion of "Copy line (empty selection)" and "Cut line (empty selection)" in the existing Visual Studio Code cheatsheat: these VS Code commands extend the standard shortcut with nonstandard behavior, and are listed in the current VS Code cheatsheet. This Things shortcut seems like those.
I kept "Edit items" Copy and Paste, in order to have a place to note that these work on both to-do items and projects (which wasn't obvious to me as a user), but this is more debatable.
Let me know if you want me to remove the last two of these, or all of them.
I just committed a changed to downcast "autofill". I now believe everything complies with "Try to use Title Case only for categories."
There are still names that include uppercase words in non-initial position, but I believe these are all proper names within Thing's domain, that the Things documentation capitalizes thus; for example "Quick Entry" and "Today".