I find myself frequently copying existing sticky notes on the screen, partly because I don’t know of a hotkey to add one. But either way, I could see myself copying a sticky note to generate a new one. I’m doing this while moderating interviews with participants, and I need to move quickly to capture notes. I keep accidentally hitting cmd a before the sticky has been selected because there’s a lag. I’m trying to select all the content so that I can type in new content. For some reason, cmd a keeps zooming me out to 100%, and then I lose focus, and because my board is very busy it takes forever to reload and get back to where I am, all while I’m screensharing with a participant. It’s extremely disruptive.
It takes 3 clicks to select all the text without using a cmd+a, plus, I’m already in the habit. I know that cmd+1 already zooms to 100% of the board. I wish you would remove the zoom to 100% from the cmd+a. At the very least, if you pre-selected all the text within the sticky so I can delete it, or start typing, I wouldn’t need to type cmd+a. Really, I think you should do both. The cmd+a zooming out, feels like a bug, since there’s another hot key that does that already, and that is usually the command to select all text. The sticky text auto selection upon double-clicking seems like a great feature to add.