Steps to reproduce
Insert mode type
then in normal mode type
now you have
Go up one line to 123. Delete with dd, paste with p.
Now you have
Now undo once with u
This is weird. The last action I did is to paste 123, so it should undo the paste and only 456 should be there.
everything is gone.
should actually appear again, instead both lines are gone.
This means that some steps are not recorded so when pressing u once you never know if you undo once or multiple times.
I think that the action o isn’t recorded as well as dd and p, because every step after 123 seems to be forgotten by undo.
I press o 456 , then dd and p.
So does obsidian only record stuff from Insert mode?
This is very scary because you might lose text you wrote and don’t even notice it, like it happened to me. I thought I was crazy because I was sure that I inserted a few words in some line, but it was at the older state.
I can confirm and reproduce this in the help vault. Something is off in the undo stack.
This is tagged “editor-legacy”, but it happens in the new live preview as well.
This doesn’t happen in the legacy editor but happens in the new editor.
I came to post exactly this issue. I can also confirm what was written by @dippa420 and @WhiteNoise with version 0.13.19. It took me a bit to figure out why my document was turning into a mess; I tend to type a lot in vi without looking at the screen.
In my case (Linux app, AUR, v.0.13.19) Ctrl+R is also broken, so I cannot revert the extra undo which deleted the information I just typed. It is very damaging to the flow
I’m seeing the same behavior, including the Ctrl+R failure that @d-v-romanov is seeing. I don’t think this was happneing on 0.13.14, but I might be wrong.
There should be a fix for this in 0.13.20
This topic was automatically closed 24 hours after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.