CMD drag does not work anymore? The modules jump around if you try.
Moving the most left module of a row lets all modules jump to the left?
Copy a module it jumps aside the module and moves all modules right?
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Dragging a module away from another module, moves the latter.
This is a new bug.
I got this response:
27 Feb 2022
Thanks for letting us know. This is correct behavior. Moving a module from the left of a row of modules moves the other modules in that row to its old position. This is particular useful when you have dozens of modules in a row.
Why it is not possible to keep the old version as an option?
This so called new standard is completely nonsense for me!
Have no idea how to control all this jumping and moving of the modules within bigger patches!
Yeah I also find the moving around of modules a lot more erratic now. Things jumping around to un-predictable locations etc.
Also I was using the ctrl+move to push an entire row to the side quite a lot, now you need to select the entire row first before moving it. Not the worst thing but it’s not as smooth.
I get that this simplifies the code quite a bit, but the behaviour is really odd and I think it’s a step back in the UX (not sure what other problems this solves, but I think now it’s more problematic).
While I see the advantage of the addition (quickly insert a module in between others), the behavior is quite erratic. I see modules jump around to unexpected locations and it really depends on the order of modules how everything moves around.
Overall this new feature does not feel very robust and it makes the experience just “feel” buggy.
It would’ve been nicer to have this under a different shortcut (ctrl+shift+drag? I dunno).