I'm finding it a great pain that the cursor location is not maintained when switching between WYSIWYG and HTML. Given the need to tidy up messy HTML created by atto, or add html for which a button/function is not available... then the fact you have to search through the HTML for what you were looking at in the WYSIWYG view (and vice versa) is VERY time consuming.
For short pieces of HTML, no problem. Anything vaguely long starts becoming an issue.
I am thinking of putting a feature request into tracker about this but thought I'd check with others first (about this and some other ones I'll make posts about after this). If people agree with me then maybe they'll vote etc. the tracker issue if I put it in.
Then again, perhaps no one / not many use such long sections that tit's a problem for them?
However, even for very short bits of text, I'm guessing it would be a big bonus for people not so familiar with HTML to immediately jump to the point in the HTML underlying what they see in WYSIWYG view?