Clicking the "X" to clear a keystroke in the Hotkeys/Keybinds settings menu clears ALL keystrokes for that action instead of just the one you clicked

Steps to reproduce

Open Sandbox Vault, go to Settings → Hotkeys, then go to any hotkey action that has multiple keystrokes bound to it. “Go to next tab” and “Go to previous tab” are a very good example. Click on the “X” to clear either keystroke that’s bound to that action and notice that BOTH keystrokes get cleared instead of just the one you clicked the “X” on.

Did you follow the troubleshooting guide? [Y/N]

Yes, this is easily and quickly reproducible in the Sandbox Vault on the latest release version of Obsidian.

Expected result

Only the keystroke whose “X” was clicked should be cleared.

Actual result

All keystrokes currently registered to that action are cleared.


Obsidian version: v1.3.4
Installer version: v1.3.4
Operating system: Windows 10 Pro N 10.0.19045
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: on


Additional information

This is the “X” button in the GUI that I’m referring to.

I see the same behavior (macOS 13.3.1, Obsidian 1.3.4).

This does not happen everywhere. It is specific to this case, possible because both are default hotkeys.

Seems to be the case. :arrow_up:

If they are custom hotkeys that I’ve set myself, I tried up to 4, this doesn’t happen. Clicking the X only removes the one I clicked on.

will be fixed 1.3.6

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