environment: Appimage on PopOS (Ubuntu 22.04), Logseq version 0.8.1.
I’d like to see the single backtick behave like
(( sequences for pages and block references.
Currently, single backticks create a pair when a single backtick is typed; then, after text is entered between them, and the closing backtick is typed, a new pair is created (for a total of three backticks so far) after the cursor moves to the right of the closing backtick, instead of the cursor just moving to the right of the already existing closing backtick and not creating a new pair, like page and block references do.
Also, when a backtick pair is created by typing a single backtick, text is entered, and Enter is pressed on the keyboard, a newline is created, instead of the cursor moving to the right of the closing backtick, which is what page and block references do. There is no use case for a newline in-between backticks, as far as I know.
Example of the first case (hopefully I don’t botch the escape sequences for showing literal backticks):
- type “`” and "``"appears.
- type text: “`foo`” is showing
- type a backtick: now “`foo```” appears, with the cursor to the right of the closing backtick, but with a new pair created to the right of the cursor.
Instead, the cursor should just move to the right, both when the closing backtick is typed, and when Enter is pressed.