Here to report a serious bug that makes Anki quite unusable for me. T.T
Tested on: Anki v2.1.40 and v2.1.41 Beta 7 (both .tar.bz2 from official website)
Platform: Linux (Fedora 33 Workstation, GNOME 3.38.4 desktop environment)
Bug description: The display of Korean characters is wonky. Some words render fine but then others will be broken.
I’ll use this deck as an example: TTMIK's 100 Korean Daily Idiomatic Expressions by Pauliton - AnkiWeb
Some cards, such as this one, are fine in the card browser but are broken in Preview mode and when actually reviewing them (note the stretched-out words that make them unreadable):
Some cards, such as this one, are broken in all three (card browser, Preview mode, and in review):
Note that as you can see, it’s not an everything-is-broken situation; only certain words/sentences appear to break, while others render fine. I don’t know why.
Additional details that might help:
In the card browser, when I select the input field containing the broken text and move my arrow keys left and right, the text disappears and turns into blank space. But then when I close the card browser and reopen it, the broken text is back.
Anki for some reason sees that as me modifying the card/note and changes that card’s ‘Last Modified’ column to today’s date, even though I haven’t modified anything.
This bug does not exist in the Flathub version of Anki (Flathub—An app store and build service for Linux)