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1Meredy
Feb 25, 1:21pm Top

Let's say I have a book that has three tags. I want to add a tag, but in second place, not at the end. I click the box to edit the tags, position the cursor in the space after the first tag, and type my new tag. That works.

Now I want to add a tag the same way, but this time I pick one that auto-completes because I've used it before. When I click enter, the tag following the new one has been erased. If there was more than one following, only the next one has been erased.

2lorannen
Edited: Feb 25, 2:33pm Top

>1 Meredy: Thanks for the detailed report. I'll test to confirm.

ETA: Could you please tell me what browser/OS you're using?

3CtrSacredSciences
Feb 25, 4:17pm Top

When you need the tags in a particular order, add a comma first, and then start typing the new (to this book, but on your auto-compelete) tag between the two commas, then it won't select the new tag over your old tags.

tag, , tag

4Meredy
Feb 26, 1:15pm Top

>3 CtrSacredSciences: Thanks for the workaround. That makes sense. It's still a workaround, though, right? Not intentional functionality?

>2 lorannen: I'm using it in Firefox with Windows 10.

5norabelle414
Feb 26, 1:35pm Top

>4 Meredy: I think it is intentional. Without typing a new comma between the new tag and the next tag, there's no way for the autocomplete to know that the next tag is not part of the tag you are adding.

6lorannen
Feb 26, 2:26pm Top

>5 norabelle414: Possibly intentional, but not ideal, I think.

7CtrSacredSciences
Feb 26, 4:23pm Top

>6 lorannen: My guess is that it is intentional, as one can get several tags that are similar with typos or just doing it different ways, and then want to track down all of one tag to edit it to the other tag. Or maybe that just how I use it.

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Feb 25, 1:21pm

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