I’ve found the following bug:
When going backwards to select lingqs/blue words using the arrow keys, if you are currently on a blue word and the next lingq back is a yellow phrase that is known that has a non-known yellow word within it, hitting the left arrow key skips the non-known word and goes to the next previous word instead. This only happens when going backwards.
So, in the example below, the word “avvicinavamo” is highlighted, and is a blue word. The next word back that is a lingq is “man”, which is yellow. The word “man” is part of the larger phrase “man mano”, which is status 5 (known). If I hit the left arrow key, it skips “man” and goes straight to “pedonali” at the end of the first paragraph.
It’s only skipped if there is a single lingq within a larger phrase where the phrase is known (not status 4, but actually known) but the word is not, and it only happens when going backwards.