Steps to reproduce
This is hard to explain, because it concerned with a Chinese IME. To reproduce it, you need to enable the Wubi IME (五笔输入法) in Windows 10:
- Go to windows Settings App
- Time & Language
- Add a language and choose Chinese (Simplified, China)
- In to the Option of Chinese (Simplified, China)
- Add a keyboard
- add Microsoft Wubi
- Into the Option of Microsoft Wubi
- Set the Enter Key selection list to Clear Wubi coding
Open Obsidian editor, switch to Microsoft Wubi IME:
- type in
Space Key, the
工will appear in the editor
- type in
Enter Key, the
acode will be cleared
So far, everything is normal.
Then you create a list, like:
- 123 - 456
and put the cursor into the list. Type in
The Wubi code
a should be cleared, and the cursor stay at where it was.
a code is not cleared, but saved in the editor, and the cursor moved to the next line!
Of course you can use other Wubi codes, they end the same.
Operating system: Windows 10
Obsidian version: 0.12.4