In the interaction Inspector there is an area where I can select the cell(s) or “Groups” I want my interactions to affect. Usually, this just displays the selected cells as groups, but for some reason, I can also type into this field. I have not yet discovered the benefit of this feature since I cannot type in the name of a cell and then have it selected in there. On the other hand, I often already had the correct cell selected in there, but after selecting it, it remained highlighted (either by default or because I selected it somehow). When I then pressed “R” to go back into interaction mode to test the newly created interaction, it instead overwrote the selected group with an “R”.
Unless there is a usecase that massively benefits from this behavior I would like to ask you to disabled this feature as it has no real benefit, but often causes me to manually reselect cells that I deleted by accident. Maybe it is already enough to disable this overwrite and only have selected cells removed by pressing backspace or del on the keyboard, but the question why I can type in there in the first place still remains.
Yes, there is undo, but I find that it sometimes does not work with changes made in the interaction inspector or causes a reload that sometimes takes longer than reselecting the cell.