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Shift-right selection does not respect virtual space. This makes some things frustrating, e.g. ://screencast.com/t/cxENWbpLrhHV
What do you propose ?
The thing is that the virtual indent is not there - what should selection do ?
The selection atm works correct - that is what is selected. If the virtual selection would be selected it's wrong - because that's not part of the copy buffer.
Good question, I don't know. It just seems strange the way it behaves currently. Note that I was selecting in the *other* direction, so it looked like the selection jumped backwards.
We could render a virtual selection ... would look like the indent isn't virtual there.
But cut/copy won't include the virtual chars.
I fixed the behaviour - that's really frustrating, I agree with that.
I need to think a bit about the display, maybe the approach now is better - at least we show what's really selected.
Yup, I think the fix is reasonable. I suppose in some causes it could lead to introduction of trailing whitespace, but we can fix that if we get concrete use cases :)