Not a fault, and not a major issue, but here goes anyway…
Sometimes when I edit a document (scene), I follow this workflow so I can see a “before” and “after” view:
- Switch to dual pane editing
- Create a new document in the right pane
- Copy and paste the text I want from the left pane into the right pane (This increases the session WC)
- When I’m done I delete the left pane document (This doesn’t decrease the session WC)
So what I’m left with is less text than I started, but my session WC has gone up, by the length of whatever I’ve pasted in.
I fully understand the reasons for this, and it’s because of the built in behaviour which is there for good reasons. So…
- Is there a workflow you can suggest that means my session WC doesn’t increase from these copy and paste actions.
- Is there a way to reduce my session WC when I delete a document?
My answer to #2 is to delete the text from the document before I delete it, but then I lose the undo-ability of the trash.