In my current setup I use dead keys to type accented letters. To enable a dead key, I use option (⌥) as modifier. So if I want to type “á”, I press in sequence:
⌥ethis results in an acute accent ´ which is underlined indicating it’s treated as dead key and waiting for the next character
awhich combines with ´ and makes “á”.
Every dead key is associated to a different regular key, e.g.:
- ´ → e
- ¨ → u
- ` → `
I experience an issue with the backtick. I guess it depends on the fact that the backtick is automatically doubled, as it’s treated as other “surrounding” delimiters like quotes or brackets. Steps to reproduce below.
I’m up to date with the latest obsidian version. This was not happening in earlier version, but I don’t know when it started.
Let’s say I want to type “Lui è”.
- Type "Lui "
- Press ⌥`
Let’s say I want to type “è” at the beginning of a line.
- Press ⌥`
The double backtick (``) appears in
Scenario 1 > Step 2 and
Scenario 2 > Step 1. In both cases one of the two backticks is underlined so it’s recognized as a dead key and in both cases the end result is wrong. However the position of the extra backtick is different.
- Operating system
- Debug info:
Obsidian version: v0.13.19
Installer version: v0.12.12
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Scenario 1 > Step 2 in the help vault.