As the title says. You can reproduce it by opening the editor, (then clicking in a field), then opening the HTML editor and then pressing Ctrl+Z
Anki Version 2.1.53 (96bacf79)
Python 3.9.7 Qt 5.15.2 PyQt 5.15.5.
Tested without add-ons (startup with shift key held down).
Ctrl+Z is buggy for me too.
(Version 2.1.53 (96bacf79)
Python 3.9.7 Qt 6.3.0 PyQt 6.3.0
All addons disabled)
I encountered the following problems:
- it often does not undo the last action only, but also a few of the previous ones
- it has no effect on text formatting; e.g. if I use Ctrl+U to underline some text I cannot undo it with Ctrl+Z
- on a similar note: let’s say I write three words in the order Word1, Word2, Word3. I use Ctrl+U to underline Word2. Then I use Ctrl+Z and keep it pressed. In theory everything should be undone until the field is empty again. Instead, Word1 and Word3 eventually get deleted, while Word2 and its formatting are not.
- most often, if I edit a field and then move the focus to another one, when I go back to the first field I cannot use Ctrl+Z to undo the edit