If I delete a block by mistake, undo doesn’t allow me to get it back. Am I doing something wrong?
- How do you delete it?
- How do you undo?
- What do you mean by “node”?
I highlighted a block and hit delete.
I click edit → Undo
A node is a bullet point and all the info attached to it.
- Where do you find Edit?
- Have you tried with a shortcut (e.g.
Ctrl + z)?
- Does Undo work for other things?
- You are into Logseq for a year now:
- Was Undo working before?
- When did this behavior begin?
- Do you have any other device to compare the behavior with?
- What platform do you run Logseq on?
- Which version of Logseq do you use?
- Have you installed any plugins?
When the app is open on a Mac, in the upper left tool bar:
Logseq, File, Edit, View, Window Help
The Undo has never worked for me when a node has been deleted. I thought maybe it was just a place holder while still in beta and it hadn’t been gotten to yet. It does work on a line if I need to delete a character or something, but the cursor never moves to what was adjust, it just randomly moves to other lines and nodes and freaks me out a bit: I’m worried it’s going to undo something I don’t want undone.
I don’t have any other devices to compare it to since iOS app doesn’t have that option that I can see.
Plugins installed: goto-today, omnivore, raindrop, open-calendar, readwise, tags.
- Have you tried undoing with
Command(⌘) + Z?
Yeah, that’s the dangerous one. That deletes entire lines, kind of just guessing how much it wants me to delete. It’s unnerving when I’m dealing with important notes. Using the edit → undo technique will delete single characters at a time.
That’s the issue. To get back the deleted node, try
Command(⌘) + Z .
Well that’s really annoying since Command+z is supposed to be a shortcut, not a replacement for the undo in the menu.
Edit: But thank you!