Firstly, please excuse any misuse of terminology during this request for help, apologies in advance.
I have been using Obsidian for a research project for over a year. In an attempt to maximise the efficiency of referencing, I recently connected my vault to Zotero through the “Citations” and “Zotero Integration” plugins by Jon Gauthier and mgmeyers respectively. This requires me to Export “Mdnotes” files from Zotero to Obsidian.
Unfortunately, since I have implemented these changes I have no longer been able to view the Graph. When i select the graph icon on the left-hand side of the screen or via the “more options” route the page becomes a blank off white colour (my Obsidian vault is set to light mode)! I then have to close down Obsidian and restart.
I have tried re-downloading Obsidian and starting again but no joy! Unfortunately, that is as far as my expertise goes!
I would be so so so grateful if anyone could help in anyway!
Many thanks in advance!
P.S. Sorry I nearly forgot I use a Mac, macOS Ventura 13.0.1
Obsidian version: v1.1.9
Installer version: v0.14.2
Operating system: Darwin Kernel Version 22.1.0: Sun Oct 9 20:14:30 PDT 2022; root:xnu-8792.41.9~2/RELEASE_ARM64_T8103 22.1.0
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: light
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 3
Plugins enabled: 3
1: Icons v0.3.0
2: Zotero Integration v2.3.2
3: Citations v0.4.5
Update installer: installer version too low, please download from Download - Obsidian and reinstall.
Community plugins: for bugs, please first try updating all your plugins to latest. If still not fixed, please try to make the issue happen in the Sandbox Vault or disable community plugins.
The installer is updated when doing a full installation of Obsidian, but not when Obsidian does an ‘incremental’ update initiated through: Settings > About. Incremental updates update Obsidian itself but not the architecture it is built on, and the installer is that architecture that we’re targeting here.
So long as the vault is stored in its own folder and not in the sandbox …
Go to the Applications folder on your Mac and select Obsidian.
Click on the File menu when you’re in the Applications folder and you’ll see an option that says ‘Move to Trash’. Either click on that to move Obsidian to the trash can or press the OPT key and ‘Move to Trash’ will change to ’Delete Immediately’. That second option will remove Obsidian from your Mac completely (but not your vault, so long as your vault isn’t part of the sandbox).