Bug in beta version


#1

Undo and Redo mess up, especially when I use them quickly and then the cursor positions for some reason get really fu*ed up, such that the lines are INCORRECT. As if he just skipped some undos and so the lines aren’t corresponding anymore and the stacking mechanism itself fails.

Packages installed: my own (minify-j-s) and lipsum. That’s it.

Now, it really destroyed some work I had to do and it’s really annoying and I know it’s beta and all but I just wanted to report this so that it can be fixed as soon as possible. I believed it’s just a part of the laggy behaviour I get from time to time with atom ( I actually hoped moving it to 64 bit would work well but it didn’t help, just consumed more memory than before, though once again - still in beta).

I jus thope things will turn for the better with the overall performace, it once took my atom 10 seconds (and I have a picture of it on my phone, sayin’ 10,000 ms load time.
Yeah I had a few packages but that’s a common scenario, and they were popular.

Just hopes these issues will get fixed some day.


#2

By “beta”, you mean 1.14.0-beta0, correct? Can you describe the steps to replicate this bug?


#3

I can’t exactly point out WHEN it will happen, all I know is that most of the time it happens when I hold Ctrl + Z for a while, to make lots of undos, and then hold Ctrl + Shift + Z to redo them and the cursor position messes up such that I get a version that has never been there. Note that it seems to be the case only in actual code where the coloring and intellisense come into play, lagging the editor.


#4

Try pressing CTRL + Y instead of CTRL + SHIFT + Z and tell us what happens.


#5

kinda hard to replicate it, cause it seems I need to work on something so that it’ll have a longer history.
Is there really any difference between the shortcut keys?