It doesn’t occur on a schedule, so a video is probably not in the offing.
It just occurred this morning and created the artifact below:
The same effect:
I had been writing for about 50 minutes. No issue. Something occurred at 5:44 to cause the conflict. The only other consideration is that I was typing in the Obsidian interface in a new note. Typically, I create a new note, then flip out to an external editor to do the bulk of the work. In this case, I had done this for the 48 out of that initial 50 minutes.
- I noticed a pop-up notification in Obsidian that noted that the conflict was detected and that the conflict copy of the document had been made.
- The conflict occurs roughly every two minutes when editing in the Obsidian editor
- The conflict does not occur at all when editing in an external editor.
While I get the focus on Sync, I am not using it. I never have used Obsidian’s, I disabled Nextcloud, and I don’t use any cloud drives. Local first means local first.
I was looking through the plugins and noticed ‘File Recovery’. I am wondering if this is touching the files somehow. Does anyone understand its function? In its function does it ever write to a file or timestamp a file, or perform any action on a file that might generate the conflict?
Disabled ‘File Recovery’ plugin