Following the keyboard viewer on my Mac, for ß I need to type Option+ b (Option + s returns Ò) might just be a difference of Azerty vs Qwerty or just language .
Anyway, I agree with you here and find this pretty weird considering I don’t use Vim key bindings, didn’t change or add any hot keys either (and as I never used ß or ƒ, I would probably never seen this).
I just found out that ctrl-n and ctrl-p (forward and backward searching autocomplete) are not functional either — that is, even in Vim mode, the emacs behaviour is given preference. I really think this should be optional.
Just installed the 0.11.10 insider build (it was the final push to become an ‘insider’) but unfortunately both ctrl-n and ctrl-p and option-s to print ß are still non working. I did turn off the emacs bindings. Note that ß is not option-b.
In the Help vault, and in a new vault, option-s for ß does work, surprisingly, but ctrl-p/n for autocomplete backwards/forwards does not. And I checked, but option-s is not bound to anything either in the Obsidian preferences or the general Mac ones.
Note that option-s for ß worked fine in my own vault up until maybe two updates ago.
No, those commands should not be cmd-p/n on a Mac. It’s control-… like in the terminal. For instance, ctrl-r works fine in both terminal and Obsidian for redo. The jump commands ctrl-o and ctrl-i work in Obsidian, too, and also the scroll commands ctrl-f, d, b, and u.
I found that ctrl-o (normal mode for one command then back to insert) doesn’t work in Obsidian either.
Installer version 0.11.0. Will try reinstalling the application now.
Update: Now installer version is 0.11.9, insider build 0.11.10, problems persist.