Nested lists fail to display properly at sufficient depth

Steps to reproduce

Open sandbox vault, make highly nested list, observe broken preview and source display. It depends on the width of the display but just try 20 levels.

Did you follow the troubleshooting guide? [Y/N]

Y. Happens everywhere, including sandbox vault, and has been ever since I first used Obsidian last year, I believe.

Expected result

Continued indentation, at least until the actual end of the wrapping point (it usually starts bugging out halfway), use a horizontal scrollbar like most other application dealing with many indents. Markdown compliance should support indenting lists as many times as you want.

Actual result

You will eventually see subsequent indentations not have the vertical guide lines and not indent the full amount, continue and the indents will start making the text go in the opposite direction while having greater line spacing.

Environment

SYSTEM INFO:
Obsidian version: v1.3.7
Installer version: v1.3.5
Operating system: Darwin Kernel Version 22.6.0: Wed Jul 5 22:22:05 PDT 2023; root:xnu-8796.141.3~6/RELEASE_ARM64_T6000 22.6.0
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

RECOMMENDATIONS:
none


Additional information

The location of new items in deep lists floats. In the video demonstration, everything is clearly visible.

Steps to reproduce

Create list items with deep nesting

Actual result

List items should not behave unpredictably

Environment


Additional information

Video Demonstrations:

Does anyone have any idea how long this bug existed? I don’t know how to install old versions but I know it existed since 1.35

You might be the first person to encounter it (apparently not; looks like an older post has been merged in here) — lists nested that deep are probably rare. I would guess that it exists at least as far back as 1.0 when the app was redesigned.

Really though? This is such a basic thing I assumed it was already known and didn’t even make this post for the whole year.

Really! I think few people are likely to ever nest a list that deeply. So while it’s not complex, I wouldn’t consider it basic.