Not for me—ah, the ⇧+⇥ (Shift+Tab) shortcut, does work but doesn’t show the effect until the view is refreshed. You can promote a note (via shortcut) out of the current hoisted scope but the Ui fails to show this correctly)
I don’t think the result is intentional but either result is a fault of sorts:
- To me, the shortcut should have no effect if used on the child of a hoisted container. The logic being, if you want to promote the child, first change the view scope to one including the intended target location. IOW, you can’t —via shortcut or other menu command—move the note out of the current view. Of course, action code is an exception but we’re not talking about code here.
- Alternatively, if the note can be shifted out of current view scope, the UI should update accordingly.
To me the first makes more sense.
Another take is that if Shift+Tab moves the note out of current scope, the view is auto-shifted up one level so that the shifted note remains visible.