Obsidian version: 0.11.4 (also affects all previous versions to date)
My primary mode of working in Obsidian is 2-pane split view, with editor on left, and preview on right (linked panes). Quite often the view is not remembering that layout. It can happen when switching between notes, or after quitting and later re-launching.
Some scenarios (#1 is the most common for me and is kind of frustrating).
Both panes get turned into “editors” or “previews” - instead of one for each
Right pane gets closed, leaving single edit pane only
Panes get unlinked
Is this a known issue? Anything I can check/do to prevent it from happening? (Even a URI scheme to rapidly switch back to my preferred view would go a long way towards helping this, since I could tie that to an Alfred hotkey for quickly resetting the view.)
@WhiteNoiseI upgraded to the insider track. Still seeing this happen on 0.9.10 (randomly). Really wish I could find a reliable way to reproduce. Has anyone else reported this? I usually launch Obsidian via the obsidian:// URL scheme- could that be the cause? I know there are some bugs there… (figured out repro steps)
With Ctrl pressed, clicking the button for preview mode will enter the split preview mode, with the left side in edit mode and the right side in preview mode, and the notes on both sides are synchronized.
Use Alt+Enter to enter any other note this mode will be maintained.
However, if you enter the picture, then the edit mode on the left will change to preview mode, and then use Ctrl+Alt+Left to return, then both sides will all change to edit mode again.