doesn't surprise me in the least.
I just tried it out and within two minutes I noticed:
- Typing in the notes-field begins with a ridiculously large offset to the right
- links cannot be left-clicked, but must be right-clicked (though points for implementing right-click at all)
- search results are not navigable with arrow keys (even amazon.com manages THAT
- there is no arrow-navigation
- there are no hotkeys whatsoever
It's not something you'd want to make videos about.
It's like.... a demo version. Just to show what TheBrain is.
And I'm glad about it, too.
Giving a webapp strong functionality means turning it into an Electron-abomination, which sacrifices performance hard.
As much as I do like Discord, it *uhm.... I'm almost too embarassed to say it*...... it will give you a "loading more text messages" when you hit PageUp in a channel more than two times. It's a computer program. In 2020. That gives you a "please stand by" for text strings. Thirty years ago people enjoyed better performance than that in Online-chat (or usenet or whatever you guys did).
Having a somewhat functional webapp though, one quickly gets the bad idea that that could be the cross-platform solution replacing all the desktop-clients.
TheBrain is slow enough as-is. It cannot afford a Chromium-wrapper as a bottleneck.
Maybe there could be a strong webclient in the future, but that depends on the industry as a whole being able to find something better than Electron.