DavidGretzschel
strange table logic
I don't get how this could be intended or logical. Maybe it is, so I marked it [bug?] instead of [bug].
In any case, I just found it rather inconvenient.
If this could be changed to behave more....predictably (something along the lines of up-arrow properly climbing along the lines), that'd be neat.

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nick

Hi David, 

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. While the table looks straightforward in your video, I want to make sure I have it exactly right before attempting to reproduce. Could you possibly zip up a small sample Brain with this table in it? 

I'll go ahead and document it as a bug in the meantime.

Thanks
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DavidGretzschel
Try FHD, default new Brain settings, 100% scaling, Content/Plex at fifty fifty.
It has to do with the linewrapping within the cells/lines (which.... I know......very silly)
If I maximize Content, the lines don't break and the behaviour is perfectly normal.

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nick

Strange, I am unable to reproduce this with the sample Brain you've provided. This is with all the settings you've described. The issue has been documented anyways and the Engineering team will take a deeper look into reproducing. 

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DavidGretzschel
@nick
change the font size then or just keep filling the cells with stuff. The cause are the linebreaks within the cells.

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nick
Strange, still unable to reproduce this. Will keep trying.
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mcaton
Reproduced.  Very interesting.  I'll update the documentation.

Matt
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jayofemi
Hello,

I am happy to inform you, that this issue that you brought to our attention has now been fixed in the new TheBrain version 11.0.48.

Please go ahead and update to this version and confirm this fix on your end as well.

Thanks,
Jay
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DavidGretzschel
Seems to work now, will say should I encounter it again.

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