There is one subtlety here I forgot to mention. Only the selected content area is cleared. So, for example: if you just select the very outer border of a text stack, then no content is selected, so nothing will be cleared, so the stack will just get deleted.
This is also a nuance of multiple selection. When you select multiple stacks – the inner content areas are never selected – so stacks will just be deleted.
The clearing thing just happens when you click right on the content and select it.
The intention is that this doesn’t really phase n00bs. They’ll just keep clicking the close button until stuff goes away. LOL.
But pro users will be able to use this subtlety to quickly clear a stack of it’s content when they need to.
If you do see any bug, do like the smart guy says, and just stuff them into the bug tracker. Don’t be afraid, it won’t bite. Feel free to post crazy stuff. If it’s too nuts I’ll just close the bug – no harm, no foul – but it’s recorded in there and never goes away. We have record of that bug report just in case it comes in useful.
It even accepts largish attachments and I will get an email and a slack message whenever you do this no matter where I am. It’s like an unfiltered direct line to the To-Do list for my brain. 🧠🤯