Ticket #226 (new defect)
Difficult to add a new paragraph without disturbing someone typing the previous paragraph
|Reported by:||Matthew Paul Thomas <mpt@…>||Owned by:||armin|
Gobby 0.4.1, Ubuntu 6.10
If someone else is typing at the end of a document, as they often are, it is very difficult to start a new paragraph after the one they are entering. Gobby often (always?) assumes that what you are entering should go before what the other person is entering, not after. So the result is often a word or sentence with one or two unwanted linebreaks in the middle of it, and two unhappy participants.
To fix this, if any two participants are at the end of a line and one of them enters a line break, the other participant's insertion point should stay at the end of the previous line.