I’m very new to Obsidian and while I adore it so far and have been setting it up, I’ve found a pretty significant issue and I’m unsure if it’s just my ignorance of how to navigate the program or if it’s a bug or if it’s a missing feature!
Basically, I can’t figure out for the life of me how to undo… anything. For example, deleting a line of text and then wanting to undo that action to bring that line of text back. I’ve tried looking in every menu I can click for an undo edit button and come up empty handed.
I’ve also tried ctrl+z and tried searching in hotkeys for an ‘undo’ type hotkey but I can’t find it nor can I find anything that ctrl+z is bound to. Is this something Obsidian just doesn’t support?
Any help is appreciated!
it is ctrl-z on win and cmd-z on mac.
I am on windows! I did just do another test with that ctrl+ z confirmation and I think I may have found the issue. I did get it to work, but I’m still confused why it’s been finicky earlier.
If I’m working between 2-3 different notes at a time does swapping between them affect my ability to undo edits?
Like, if I’m working in note A and then go into note B, but decide I’d rather undo what I’d last done in note A… In this scenario, would swapping to note B prevent me from undoing work done before the swap in note A?
Sorry if I’m being unclear or dense! Thank-you for the super quick response.
If one the same pane you go from note A to note B, note A is saved and the history of changes in note A is gone.
That would explain it! Thank-you so much for your help.