Similar to VIM or Checkvist (an online outliner), I would like Logseq to make a clear distinction between editing mode and navigation mode.
This would be important so that keyboard shortcuts for editing text do not get in the way of navigation shortcuts.
For example, moving and collapsing blocks should NOT be possible while writing blocks, but only outside of editing mode.
So when writing text (editing mode) SHIFT+left/right/up/down or also CTRL+SHIFT+left/right etc should be available to select text.
Outside of editing mode, however, there is little to be said against not being able to use these shortcuts, e.g. to move blocks etc.
While writing text in Logseq, only the usual shortcuts of a text editor should be used. Outside of the editing mode, shortcuts should be available for moving, expanding/collapsing, etc.
In the end, this feature request actually means that shortcuts such as collapsing/expanding or moving blocks should not be assigned to the editing mode, but to the navigation mode.
What do you think?