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Pressing shift + enter in the javascript editor crashes it and you lose your changes!

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In the majority of rich text editors on the web, you prevent a form submission and create a new line by pressing shift + enter.
In Google Optimize, I go to 'changes' then select the javascript change and 'edit' it to bring up the editor. If I then by habit, press shift+enter to go to a new line, Google Optimize seems like it tries to enter interactive mode but instead just goes all jumbly. The only way back is to reload your page and if you made changes, you lose them. 

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Pressing shift + enter in the javascript editor crashes it and you lose your changes!

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Thank you for reporting the problem.