Text editing should work as you expect. This is a nice feature of Bike. Often outliner apps constrain text editing in various ways. Bike doesn't do that.
In addition to expected text editing commands Bike also adds a few new ones.
- Selection > Select Word (
Control-W) Expand selection to word boundaries.
- Selection > Select Sentence (
Control-S) Expand selection to sentence boundaries.
- Selection > Select Paragraph (
Shift-Command-L) Expand selection to paragraph boundaries.
- Selection > Select Branch (
Shift-Command-B) Expand selection to branch boundaries.
- Selection > Expand Selection (
Option-Command-Up) Expand the selection up through the different boundary levels.
- Selection > Contract Selection (
Option-Command-Down) Undo previous Expand Selection command.
- Row > Insert Row (
Command-Return) This is similar to pressing
Return. The difference is that it will always just insert a new row. Pressing
Returnwill replace the selection with a newline to create the new row.
- Row > Duplicate (
- Row > Delete (
- Row > Indent (
- Row > Outdent (
- Row > Move Up (
- Row > Move Down (