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When selecting multiple lines in a notebook cell using SHIFT+Cursor down, the cursor moves to the next cell before selecting the last line of the current cell.
Expected behaviour: I'd expect editing to be limited to one cell, so the cursor should never leave when SHIFT is pressed. This is the case for moving left and right, but not up and down.
Tested using Chrome 13.0.782.220 under MacOS 10.5.
Yes, I've noticed the same and it's indeed quite annoying. Thanks for opening the issue. @ellisonbg, do you think this is easy to fix with CodeMirror or not? Konrad, just to fill you in: we use a little in-cell editor widget called CodeMirror, so some of these issues actually come from CodeMirror and we need to figure out if we can work around them or if we need them to be fixed in codemirror itself...
Not sure I will have to look into it.
I think the culprit is these lines in notebook.js: https://github.com/ipython/ipython/blob/master/IPython/frontend/html/notebook/static/js/notebook.js#L59
It looks like we're catching up/down to let us move to the next cell, but we're not checking anywhere if shift is in use with the key event.
@takluyver, if you could have a shot at this one it would be great. It's not a huge deal but actually quite annoying in practice when editing a lot.
Closed by PR #1038: auto-close appears not to be working.
Notebook: don't change cell when selecting code using shift+up/down.
Closes gh-787; closes gh-1038 (rebased to prevent recursive merge).