Steps to reproduce
- Open sandbox
- Create Note ‘A’
- Create Note ‘B’
- Create canvas ‘C’
- Open canvas C and Insert a link to ‘A’ and ‘B’
- Open a local graph, and move it to the right sidebar, then close all windows
- Open canvas C, then press on A or B to navigate to them
Correct behavior of local graph showing the nodes.
The local graph for the first split second opens correctly and shows the link relations, then suddenly goes blank.
Obsidian version: v1.4.5
Installer version: v1.4.5
Operating system: Windows 10 Home 10.0.22621
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: on
I use a canvas as a dashboard, and a local graph always open on the right sidebar.
This bug started with version 1.4.5.
EDIT I noticed the same behavior with the new File Properties View when opened in the sidebar.
Yours seems to be a different issue. Mine is specifically related to navigation from a canvas.
My stack trace corresponds to the newly added Properties:
Failed to open view TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'length')
at e.printHotkeyForCommand (app.js:1:1100747)
at t.<anonymous> (app.js:1:1302342)
at Object.next (app.js:1:237107)
at new Promise (<anonymous>)
at v (app.js:1:235768)
at t.onOpen (app.js:1:1301834)
at t.<anonymous> (app.js:1:1293977)
Thanks for the catch!
It appears to be indeed separate, as I just noticed that your issue does not appear to apply to the global graph.
I made a new post for my issue and deleted my posts here in order to not add unnecessary “noise” to this thread.
Bug still present in 1.4.11 and affecting Properties View opened on the sidebar as well.
I Can’t reproduce.
Post a screen recording of this happening in the sandbox vault. Both with canvas and properties, thanks.
I can’t reproduce anymore in 1.4.15
The issue has been resolved with the latest update. Cheers
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