Hi Vilen! Thank you for taking my suggestion into consideration! It's gratifying to know that my suggestion was acknowledged - I guess I can attribute it to the fact that Cake is still in the nascent stages if I may say so, not sure if it will be this easy another year down the line when we are even bigger! :)
More exciting to hear that you folks are already investigating this feature and looking into the most feasible way to implement it.
To clarify, I intended this feature only for the desktop version and not for mobile browsers since I agree that screen real estate is already a premium on smaller screens. (I have edited the title to reflect the same). I will be more than happy to help you figure out a solution to this if I can.
While I have your attention here, I would like to point out one more bug which I face with pretty long posts on my mobile browser (Chrome on Android). Once my cursor drops below my keyboard, the screen does not scroll up. I have to keep scrolling to the bottom manually (akin to a typewriter only vertically instead of horizontally) to see what ihave typed or if I made any typos. I am not sure if any other Android users are facing a similar bug. 🐛 Let me know if I got my point across or only succeeded in confusing you.