Using the Software Manager (the package manager for Mint) I upgraded Obsidian to the latest version, 1.0.0. After startup, I tried to click on the Settings icon, and nothing happened other than the Settings icon changing color shade. I believe it thought the pop-up dialogue was rendered (it wasn’t), because the currently-open notes were unresponsive, as well as the plugins sidebar. I could still click on the “open vault” icon which rendered a black box on the screen, which should have been a window. I could grab the top of this black box and move it around the screen, and the box would close if I clicked on the top-right corner, so the controls are there but invisible; the box is blank. After closing the black box, I am still in the weird mode where it thinks the Setting dialogue is up, but it isn’t. I haven’t found a way out of this mode, so the only thing I could do is close Obsidian.
I tried uninstalling Obsidian and installing fresh and got the same result. I tried forgoing the package manager and installing the flatpak from the Obsidian downloads page, same result.
On my last attempt, when I restarted Obsidian, it did not open the previous vault but instead brought up the vault selection dialogue, along with the new editor mode selection. I made a selection and was able to open a vault. I then opened the preferences, which opened correctly on the Editor options. When I clicked on the Appearance options, it froze again, and I could no longer close the Settings window. I was only able to close all of Obsidian. It seems like something foundational isn’t behaving.
Work as normal.
Not working at all, seems to be something wrong with how things are rendered.
Operating system: Linux Mint 20.3
Obsidian version: v1.0.0
Installer version: v1.0.0
Operating system: #144-Ubuntu SMP Tue Sep 20 11:00:04 UTC 2022 5.4.0-128-generic
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: off
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: on