When the cursor is on a heading line and in Vim normal mode, a list item or pretty much anything that conceals when the cursor is moved, and the window loses focus, the line displays both versions on top of each other.
- Open a note that contains a heading (e.g.
# First Section).
- Be in Vim normal mode, and have the cursor stand on the heading, in the new live preview editor.
- Move the mouse outside the Obsidian window, so Obsidian loses focus.
When Obsidian loses focus, the live preview line tries to conceal the Markdown formatting
# symbol, I expect it to look like when I move the cursor to a different line.
The actual result is that the hidden symbols (e.g.
#) and the text are drawn on top of each other.
As discussed over Discord, users experience this in other OSs too: Discord
It happens with any symbols that are concealed when the cursor is moved in live preview, e.g. also list bullets.