Steps to reproduce
- enable spellcheck
- enable vim mode
- in any document, enter insert mode (
- misspell a word (eg:
- Press escape to enter normal mode
- Right click misspelled word and choose a replacement
Word is changed to the corrected replacement.
Word remains unchanged.
Obsidian version: v1.2.7
Installer version: v0.15.9
Operating system: Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2021 10.0.19044
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 1
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 29
Plugins enabled: 0
It’s common for me to navigate a document in normal mode, see a misspelling, and then attempt to change it in normal mode and move on. In order to fix misspellings, I now have to enter insert mode before clicking a replacement to get the word to change.
I’ve tested this in the sandbox vault in OSX as well with the same results. This was possible last week, so I assume some codemirror or other change in the 1.2 update has caused this.
you haven’t not reinstalled obsidian like the debug guide suggests you to do.
Not sure what exactly you meant, but I just did a fresh install of obsidian on OSX and achieved the same result in the sandbox vault. I can do the same on Windows later today and re-submit the debug data if that would be helpful.
Ok let me know if it happens on windows too.
Can confirm that a fresh install doesn’t affect this problem on windows.
Same problem here, spell is not changed and remains in visual mode.
This issue has been affecting me for a while now. Coming here to raise support for a fix upstream. I will also comment on the GH issue.
Hi @WhiteNoise I just got confirmation that the upstream issue posted above was fixed in a recent PR.
I figured I would ping you in the off chance you were not notified.
I was notified please don’t ping me.
The next time we pull the changes from upstream, we will get this fix as well. No ETAs.
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