Here’s something I hate about editing text on all mobile device platforms (that I know of): When you just wrote a paragraph, but you need to fix a typo right in the middle of the text blob. How do you do it? On iOS, you hold your finger down on the text field and drag the cursor to the desired edit point. OH, but the cursor “sticks” to word boundaries and it’s impossible to get it exactly in the right place on the first few tries! If you just want to edit a letter in the middle of word, it’s very difficult to drag the cursor exactly to that point. And of course when you life your finger off the screen, the sensor interprets a tiny bit of movement and the cursor sneaks one more character to the right – frustrating!
Luckily, the solution exists, and has been delivered on keyboards for LITERALLY THOUSANDS OF YEARS! (not literally) --> ARROW KEYS
Purism devs: if you add four arrow keys on the virtual keyboard on the Librem 5, you’ll improve UI over all your competitors by a huge margin.