TP 3.2 on OSX 10.11.4.
Using the “+” button, it shows “New Project”. Using the button seems to create a sub-project, though, no matter where the cursor is.
IOW, if my file has three projects in it already, there’s nowhere I can put the cursor that will cause the “New Project” to create a fourth project. It always creates a new sub-project underneath one of the other three. The only way I can get it to create a new project is to add a blank line and then use the button. But if I have to position to the end of a project and add a blank line, then it’s a lot easier to just type the project name at that point instead of using the button. The button should be the shortcut that keeps us from having to do the other two things.
If it was a choice only between one or the other, I would say “New Project” should always create a top-level project, on a level with and following whatever project the cursor is on/in.
But a better solution would be four choices on the button instead of three, adding “New Subproject”. (Which would of course imply “New Project” would always be top-level.)