Feature request/Discussion: move selection pointer when navigating between marks/annotations
Shell integration gives me a pretty handy way to navigate between my commands. The main reason for doing so is to gather some recent commands and output to paste it into a documentation.
Current behaviour: Using custom keyboard shortcuts for selecting by line or mark, the selection always refers to the current cursor position meaning the command prompt at the bottom of my iterm session window
Desired behaviour I like to be discussed: Navigating back to some command (mark/annotation) above also moves the selection pointer (cursor position) allowing my selection to start at that mark
Related to this: If you agree I would also suggest to change the default shortcut for Previous Mark from ⇧⌘↑ to a shortcut without ⇧ key to give the ⇧ key the well known "navigate selection" behaviour. What about moving the shortcut from the menu to the Prefs > Keys > Key Mappings to let the user decide?