With the latest Obsidian Version. The new editor-status core plugin gets reset to disabled by mobile.
Turn on the editor-status core plugin on the desktop, in my case I commit the core-plugins.json to git.
A git diff shows “editor-status” added to the list.
Sync to mobile, open mobile obsidian application.
Mobile updates the core-plugins.json to remove the “editor-status” plugin.
File shows as modified in git, with line removed.
If I commit this to git, it will and does disable it on desktop. I assume this goes for other sync solutions as well.
Mobile should ignore unrecognized core-plugins and leave them in the settings. It should only look for core-plugins that it is aware of.
Mobile doesn’t recognize the new “editor-status” core plugin, as expected, but removes it from the config.
- Operating system: IOS 15
- Debug info:
core-plugins.json format should probably be updated to contain a key:value pair of plug-in name and minimal supported version or version introduced, that way it’s easier for each app to determine the core-plugins supported and ignore ones that are pinned to a higher or lower version.