Clear the text?!

If a file ∈ repository A, and when I close A, the file is opening. The next time I open A, it always inexplicably clears the opening file. But according to the last modification time of the opening file, it was not deleted when I opened the repository, but at another point in time.
the file:TODO is the opening file

This isn’t enough info for a bug report. I’m moving it to help.

So you’re saying when you open a file, the contents of the file are disappearing?

Please post your “Show debug info”.

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I’ve encountered this a total of two times, and it seems to be that→when I’m using other repositories, Obsidian will automatically delete files from unopened repositories, but of course, that’s just my inference(Based on the last modification time of the cleared file).
I started using Obsidian a few months ago.

All I could find was this↓
Obsidian version: v1.1.9
Installer version: v0.15.9
Operating system: Windows 10 Home China 10.0.22000
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: 5
Plugins enabled: 5
1: Outliner v4.2.1
2: Advanced Tables v0.18.1
3: Lapel v0.1.0
4: Quiet Outline v0.3.14
5: Latex Suite v1.6.10

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.

Sorry, it should be clearing the file, not deleting it.

The first time I encountered this, I guess it was probably because the file was a bit large and it got stuck loading the file and then the bug occurred.
both times I encountered this, Obsidian cleared the file that was open when I closed the repository, and both of these files are a bit large.

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