Switch to a different app (Zotero, in my case) and select text with your finger.
Switch back to Obsidian.
The cursor to be where I left it.
Since updating to Obsidian 1.0, depending on where I selected text in the other app, the blinking cursor indicator is either several lines below where I left it with an invisible cursor a word ahead of where I left it OR the cursor indicator is where I expect, but the actual editing is happening several lines up.
Operating system: iPad OS 15.7
Operating system: ios 15.7 (Apple iPad)
Obsidian version: 1.4.0 (80)
API version: v1.0.0
Login status: not logged in
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: adapt to system
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 10
Plugins enabled: 0
Please help. I use Obsidian for everything. (And thank you for making it!)
I’m hitting the same thing - my pattern of usage is “cmd-tab” to see another window, then “cmnd-tab” back to Obsidian. The visual cursor appears to shift on re-appearance of Obsidian, but if you type - it goes to the place where you originally left the cursor, but with the blinking cursor offset in some odd direction (usually, but not always, lower in the screen).
I’ve found that quickly scrolling up or down and tapping elsewhere, then scrolling back and tapping will reset the cursor, but it’s kind of an annoying workaround.
I’m not seeing weird behavior anymore (same versions as you). My “other” apps this time were Books and Safari (I don’t recall what I used last time). I dug out my keyboard in case that mattered and tried with Cmd-Tab, and still no weirdness.