Kriggel23
In the example below, I tried to create a child thought for the thought "lat. agaricales". Note: the cursor is somewhere on the blue, it does NOT hover over any of the thoughts displayed, especially NOT over the thought "lat. clavariaceae".
I pressed alt-cmd-v ...

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I faced this multiple times today, and TB9 crashed in this context/situation as well.

Workaround here: I cancel the create new thought dialog with Esc, press left (green circle appears on "lat. agaricales"), and create child thought as desired...

Kriggel23

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mcaton
Wow! Thanks for posting.  The screenshot was originally a bit puzzling, but I noticed that your Thought "lat. agaricales" is a Thought Type.  So it seems that the bug is specifically "using keyboard shortcuts to create a new Child Thought on a Thought Type (when your last thought activated is one of it's children) will create the child thought off that last activated Thought." 

Documenting.

Thanks, 
Matt
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Harlan
Fixed in 9.0.136. Thanks.
Regards,
-Harlan
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Kriggel23
Matt,

well, yes and no:
mcaton wrote:
[...] but I noticed that your Thought "lat. agaricales" is a Thought Type. [...]

In this specific case and example, "lat. agaricales" is not a thought type, but was added to the selection list (indicated by the border). But, there you are, I indeed tried before and after the event documented above to create a new (child) thought on a thought type - and had quite the same effect as shown above.

Kriggel23
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mcaton
I realized after posting that the outline was a bit different from a Thought Type outline.  Non the less, this led us to a key fix in the most recent release.  Thanks again for posting and 9.0.136 is out now.

Thanks,
Matt
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