Sometimes it seems to be difficult to move the editor’s text cursor in front of or behind a macro “block” if this block is positioned directly at the end or the beginning of the document / edited area, or sometimes also if it’s e.g. the last element in a list entry.
Would it somehow be possible to always provide a “virtual” location for the text cursor to be positioned to next to a macro block, so adding content in front of / behing a macro block becomes easier?
Or is there another trick I’m missing?
The “best” workaround I found so far is to write the text on the “wrong side” of the macro block, and then reposition / move the macroblock using the mouse afterwards. However, this is neither obvious for many users, nor does it work in all circumstances, sometimes requiring to switch to source code view to enter the text where I want it to be - which may not be an option for non-tech-savy users.