I’m not familiar with logseq naming, so I will define what I mean:
- Edit mode: Mode in which logseq is able to browse through a Page/Journal using the cursors to move through the different blocks and edit them. When this mode is active, you can use the cursors up/down as in a normal text editor.
- View mode: Mode in which logseq accept sequences of keys to build shortcuts. For example, “Go to Journals” is usually g j.
The bug that I’m reporting is related to the impossibility of Logsec to return to edit mode using the keyboard. Example:
- I’m in edit mode in a Journal.
- I press ctrl+k to search a page. I select the desired result and press enter. Logseq takes me to the page.
- Logseq does not allow me to browse the page using the cursors or it does not allow me to press enter to create a new block.
- Going back to the journals or any other page is possible (since I’m still in view mode).
- This is a problem that happens intermittently. In a normal scenario I’m able to browse a page and move through the blocks using the cursors. But once the problem occurs, the view mode gets stuck even if I try to jump to a different page.
- In all these cases, clicking with the mouse within a page returns Logseq to edit mode. The bug is about not being able to return to edit mode using the keyboard.
Ubuntu 22.04 using Logseq 0.10.1