fix text selection around a space
When you try to highlight text and click on the left side of a space and drag right, the word to the left of the selection point is highlighted as well. That doesn't make sense in most uses: if I am dragging to the left I am looking to work with that text, and if I drag to the right I am looking to work on that side. Using the space as the demarcation doesn't make logical sense. If I were to be starting a rage somewhere within the word, then I can understand the auto-selecting. But if I want to delete the tail end of a sentence I don't want to then need to go re-write a word I was intentionally selecting after (i.e. leaving it in place). It makes the selection target very tight, and while I appreciate that the engine will delete that space and move punctuation up against the text, it is not at all logical. If I select something, I expect that to be respected. I shouldn't not-select something knowing that the editor will then react and do something else to that. I am the editor, not the engine. I should be able to delete a phrase, and start typing in the bit I want, not working around the non-standard method of selection and auto-editing.